🧜🏻♀️Вот такие классные фотографии на фоне самолета могут получиться если ты летишь один и даришь немножечко позитива и своей улыбки незнакомым людям🤗Спасибо большое отзывчивому персоналу аэропорта, который поддался моиу кипрскому шарму. Ребят, будьте открытыми и не упускайте моменты. Стеснение это страх быть собой и не быть понятым окружающими, а как мы знаем страхи это ограничения и с ними далеко не улетишь✈️
Кстати этой компанией я постараюсь больше не летать 😐
Wildlife Photography Tip #4
When photogrpahing wildlife, most photographers look for a great buttery smooth background. This is important to make your subject pop out of the frame. However, when it comes to the foreground, many photographers try to get as clean a foreground as possible, so as nit ti distract from the subject. While this is very important too, there are often conditions where the foreground makes a great feature to draw the focus in to your subject, like this leopard. I was arriving at the scene and the vehicles ahead had a clear view of the leopard, while I had the foliage of the trees blocking my view. However, when I looked through the camera, the leopard was looking right at me and the foliage had created this beautiful foreground blur and framed the leopard. This was the result. So next time, try to add a little creative foreground blur to your image and see how it transforms a mundane portrait into something dramatic.
3 random facts about me: Christmas Edition! 🎄
1. I am equally obsessed with A ccapella and RnB Christmas music, but I've yet to listen to any this year while working. It feels more relaxing to listen to Christmas music while wrapping presents or hanging out with the family.🎶 2. I hardly watch movies, but my absolute favorite movie to watch every Chrismas is The Santa Clause. Home Alone is uh-mazing too!
3. My Christmas tree fell over!😂 ( lord help us ) It was hilarious yet so disappointing that some of my favorite ornaments broke. I guess there's a first for everything! 🙃
Tell me-- What's one of your favorite Christmas movies?!?✨
Composition is extremely important for photography. Just learning a few quick things about composition can dramatically improve your photography. For me, one of the most noticeable discoveries was SEPARATION (not rule of thirds, no :) I always tried to apply separation one way or another in my photographs, without really realizing what I am trying to achieve, instinctively. But once I heard about the rule of separation, everything became very clear. Since then this is one of the things I am intentionally thinking about while framing every shot I am going to take. Make sure your main subject is clearly separated from everything else visually, nothing in the background or foreground interfere with the main subject. Make a few steps left or right if this tree comes out of the head of the person you are taking a portrait of. Look at your background before taking a selfie. Easy to do, invaluable for the result. What’s your top discovery in composition?
Location: Space Needle, Seattle
1/100 sec, f11, ISO 100, 24mm