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It's time is past

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Shooting Intimate Landscapes taught by Rob Sheppard

Turn the ordinary into the extraordinary! See beauty on a small scale and find intimate landscapes anywhere with photographer Rob Sheppard.

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What is exciting or interesting to you about your photo(s)? I'm trying to tell story, small stories, with my photos whether done in macro or telephoto.

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Can you tell us about any special equipment or techniques that you used? Canon 60D, with Tamron 18-200 or 100 macro

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WOW! The Small Stories series is lovely and thought provoking. Thank you, for sharing.

06/21/2014 Flag

Thank you for you comment!

06/21/2014 Flag

You have a very interesting point of view when you get in close and abstract the way you see the world. That is an interesting vision that you certainly can explore more with your photography. Your biggest challenge is exposure. Quite a few of these images are underexposed. Underexposure means that you're not getting your full range of tonality and you're making the pictures look duller in tonality and color than they need to be. Underexposure is a problem for digital cameras because sensors are not at their best with the darker parts of an image. This has nothing to do with quality of sensors but everything to do with the physics of how sensors work. When you underexpose images, you are throwing detail, tonality and color into the darker parts of your sensor's range, which is not the best part of your sensor's range. You always want to make sure that bright parts of your picture are exposed to be bright without being overexposed.

06/23/2014 Flag

Thank you for your comments, they are very helpful. I was using the correct WB for the lighting, i.e. cloudy, shade, etc. and the light sensor meter was balanced. How do I prevent the under exposure?

06/23/2014 Flag