Stairs come in all sizes and shapes and can be found everywhere, they always make great photography subjects.
Their patterns offer unlimited photography potentials and they can be shot from virtually any angle, from the old lost forest stair to the modern urban one they are enough to fit any taste.
Here is a collection of wonderful stairs pictures that, I am sure, will inspire you next time you take your camera on a walk.
I haven’t tried this so I cannot judge its effectiveness !
Although I really doubt it would be as effective as a monopod, I do think this is a good trick to learn since it can easily be implemented and used when a monopod is hard to carry around or not available.
So let’s consider it as a MacGyver photography trick shall we ?
I would like to know what do you guys do ! I have been shooting for 5 years+ find myself having more than 50k pictures, spend a lot of time retouching them but never print any !
Well not exactly never but let me say very rarely usually it happens whenever my wife needs a new print to hand on the walls or some of the kids pictures other than that I enjoy my pictures on my desktop wallpaper what about you Do you print your own pictures ?
Poll is close results can be found here
cheryl Says: what exactly does the ring flash doâ€¦ show a picture with it would be helpful
In a recent comment I got the following input and I have realized that some things that I take for granted are not that obvious for others. So I will try to address this question in this post !
As its name indicates, a ring-flash is a flash light that has the form of a ring that has 2 main purposes !
This is, in my opinion, a must have book for any owner, or owner to be, of the Canon EOS 40D.
Written by David Busch, it covers in details, and in an easy to understand way, all aspects of the 40D, some even claim it is the missing Canon manual .
324 pages with a lot of pictures and diagrams laid out as follows