Early morning wakeup call by Tinus!
She is good with him.
Writing my exam, 2 hours n 20 minuted left! 1000 words to go!
Wish me luck people, i truly need it :)
When im done I will finish answering all the asks that have been waiting :)
Anonymous asked: Hi photo tips anon here!! Anything at all would be good, I'm just starting out so I Know next to nothing. Any tips at all about balancing ISO, shutter speed and aperture would be helpful. Also bokeh?
I’d suggest you check out the ones i’ve already written..
It is all about manual, f-stop, shutter speed, iso, and depth of field(bokeh)..
Then if there is something you dont understand, ask :)
Start at the bottom!
phelipa asked: Hey Maz, what lenses would you recommend to someone looking to expand their collection? I have the kit lens (18-55mm) and purchased a telephoto over Christmas (55-250mm IS) for my Canon, but struggle with looking at the other ones and picking out which ones are good and which ones are duds. I mainly do nature photography and take my camera out to the barn so I love my telephoto. Not sure if it's worth it to buy the 75-300 when it's only 50mm more than what I have! Thanks :D
I would recomend my very favorite lens! It is the 24-105mm, and it is wonderful! it can pretty much be used to anything, the zoom range makes it work in pretty much any situation :) It is also not the most expensive of canon lenses, but i love love loooove it!
Also, a must have is a 50mm lens. It takes really good portrait photos, and the cheapest one goes down to 1.8 F-stop, so it gives awesome depth of field and such :)
The only thing is that the f-stop does not go lower than 4, but if you want a lower one you will have to pay a lot more.
I dont think it is worth it getting only 50mm more with another telephoto.. If you did get a 75-300, i’d prob sell the one you already have..
Hope this helped :)
raeequestrian asked: I'm not the anon from earlier but I was wondering if you have any tips for taking photos in the snow?
So basically in snow it is really easy to get overexposed photos.. Where the white is completely burned out! Especially hard to take pictures of dark horses in the snow..
I usually shoot the pictures a bit too dark, cause then it is easier to get the information when you edit them. otherwise they burn our too easily. Also It is pretty much impossible to get the proper whitebalance, so there will be some tweaking in photoshop to make it look good..
So i guess, shoot the pictures a bit darker than normal, and tweak the light and white balance in photoshop :)