I was reading something photo related recently and some simple photo tips on how to prevent photo loss in a photo camera came to my attention.
The art of photography involves knowing about composition, colour, and focus, but perhaps the most important part of photography is having a full understanding of light and exposure.
Endless yellow fields of wheat or rye spread across Victoria, Australia. Once full of useful grass, now they are with round haystacks disposed like figurines on a chess game board.
A very long time ago this nice looking round hill was a volcano. It locates in an old volcanic region near Ballarat, the largest city in the Goldfields region of Victoria, Australia.
In one of today's readings one term attracted my attention - "editorial". What the article was about something else, but between line it was saying that you need a model release for regular stock, but you don't need it for editorial.
"Because it's very lovely there" - this is what they said. I could not imagine that I will say it myself after visiting Grampians, but it happened! :)
The moment the sun hid below the horizon, you feel like you missed something. Something important. Something that was nice and kind to you and lighten your way.
Sometimes sunset brings colours and images you could never imagine! It is something incredible and breathtaking.
From my experience people in streets do not like to be photographed. They can become angry very easy! But I like photographing people in streets.