17 March 2011

fine tuning

I've often looked at photos of doorways and wondered how the eyes behind the lenses trained themselves how to compose the shots, making them catch the viewers' eyes as it caught theirs. Something I've learned recently: practice. Everyone seems to have their own tricks. If it's the color you want, make your camera capture the color. Fool around with the settings, and take 100 different shots of the same door. Bring them home, and critique them. Good luck remembering the setting you liked best!

(ISO 1600, f/1.8, 1/50s)

1 comment:

Luis Gomez said...

You are right most of it is practice. Eventually you master what you like and even the settings. ;)