What you can and can’t shoot is a hot topic in the UK, and the issue is never too far away from making headlines. Last year some amateurs staged a protest outside a shopping centre in Hull after a photographer fell foul of security guards, and no less a mover-and-shaker than The Guardian editor Alan Rusbridger recently got told to stop using a tripod on Hampstead Heath.
1. Sport: Canon EOS 7D Mark II Having an APS-C format sensor rather than a full-frame device can be an advantage when you’re shooting sport and action because you’re able to frame your subject tighter without having to invest in very long lenses or crop your images. The Canon 7D Mark II is a great [...]
The secret to great portrait photography is building a rapport with a model, rather than knowing the best camera settings to use. But in the heat of the moment, when you’re caught up with the lighting and focused on a capturing a person’s expression and pose, it’s easy to overlook a setting and end up with disappointing pictures.
The joy of digital photography is that it’s a lot cheaper to learn from your mistakes. With no film costs to worry about, you can instantly gauge the success of your technique and settings, and easily delete howlers.