Ok, photographing these caves was tough. There was no flash allowed and very little light. So how do you do it?
Firstly, you need a fast lens with a low f stop. These were taken with my 35mm Sigma prime lens. .
Secondly, you need to stabilise as much as you can either by keeping the camera closer to the body and tucking the elbows in or resting on a pole. .
Lastly, I figure off a few shots in which succession as I find the middle shots are the sharpest.
If you've got any other tips, please feel free to comment. .
The photos you can see here are from Postojna Caves. The experience started with a 3.5km train ride underground that lead to an adventure through the world's longest limestone cave. The sheer size of this cave is just incredible!!
~Like flowers, we can also choose to bloom~
Roubei as flores do hotel para tirar a foto, valeu a pena né ? Fiquei apaixonada por Utrecht, cidade bem movimentada (principalmente por bikes) cheia de estudantes universitários e de história! (Contei um pouco nos stories), mal sai e já quero voltar!!!
Beautiful streets of Paris ✨
This magical city has so much to offer, it’s overwhelming really! The culture, style and art, all the little cafes and restaurants, and our favorites - hidden second hand shops with lots of treasures... Only if we could bring it all to Australia and put it in our future motor home... ah, Paris you’ve got our ♥️s and we are definitely coming back for more!
Now after we stocked on all the baguettes 🥖 and croissants 🥐 - we are ready for Bavarian alps ⛰ and all that Germany has to offer!
Super excited to get back into our element... nature! @chrisheary #whyweadventure#parislife#europestyle_