The Throne Room can be an awfully inspiring place. Sitting on my throne this morning, I remembered Stephen Covey’s enormously…
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When shooting sunrises and sunsets, your aim should be to create a picture, not just a snapshot of the sky. You need to think and plan a little bit more than just a point and shoot approach, because the beauty of sunsets does not lie in the sun or the dramatic sky alone.
“Feel the light – on the edge of darkness”, there have been requests on how to take such photos. I have taken some time off to write my experience and thoughts on this subject. Of course I do not expect everyone to agree with what I have written. These are thoughts and methologies based on my personal experiences accumulated over the years.
Would you like to test our Ricoh P&S? I have heard so many good things about their Ricoh GRD II that it does not take too much encouragement to say “YES”..
The idea of testing a Leica D-Lux 4 became a reality when Schmidt Marketing asked me if I would do a review on this premier point and shoot camera. Sure and what better place to test it than the PMPE2 in Siem Reap, Cambodia.