If you have ever been taking landscape photographs in the rain you will know how difficult it is to manage all your camera gear plus keep it, and yourself, dry. There are a number of options including seven mentioned here. Many involve covering your camera with plastic and/or holding an umbrella over yourself and your camera set up. I have found that holding an umbrella limits my hand freedom to adjust the tripod and camera controls. I have also tried the plastic coverings but found them somewhat... continue reading
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Few things capture the essence of a rainy day like a photo of the falling rain. I don't mean images of water droplets or small rivulets, but rather photos that capture the lines and sparkle of a true downpour.Capturing the falling rain is a relatively simple process. If you'd like to create some beautiful photographs the next time it rains, I'll show you how!Choosing Your Gear and LocationFirst, you'll need rain gear for yourself and your camera – especially if you plan to shoot out... continue reading
Boy, have we had some rail this Autumn. So much that most of my time for the past month has been spent in the house doing, well, just house stuff.But last Saturday on the off-chance that we might, just might, get a little sun, spouse and I jumped on a train into Melbourne's Southbank precinct for a nice lunch and to see if we could take a few photos.Southbank is a delightful part of our delightful city, so even if the weather remained unkind at least we could have a nice stroll.But,... continue reading
A clear sky and rainy dayThe city that I live, the rainy day is a lot of, fog sky is also a lot of, but will have some a clear skies annually, when the time comes, the sky becomes very blueI even like to photograph in the cloudy day and catch thunder and lightning flash to stimulate very much, but insecurityWas all day long all raining once, the light rain developed into rain-storm, I take camera and hide into a still just under construction apartment and led for about an hour... continue reading
It is monsoon(rainy) season in India. Rainy season means increased levels of moisture and humidity in air. These increased levels of humidity and moisture can damage your gear if proper precautions are not taken. The damage can come in many forms, like moisture can lead to fungus on the lens, or high moisture can even damage the electronics of the gear. So here I try to compile some easy solutions to these problems.1. Use a rain cover to protect your camera bag.2. Use air tight polythene bags(... continue reading
I used to feel house-bound on rainy days. Then I got the courage to walk around with my camera in the rain.Suddenly I found a whole new realm of enjoyment:I found dimmer light, and reflection of water brought out quite a differentmood.I found that plants and flowers had been showered and cleaned.Instead of the usual dusty and washed out look,they looked refreshed with more saturated colors.I found that places are a lot less crowded in the rain.I found that animals in the... continue reading
"It's raining... Again... Every time I have a little spare time, the weather decides not to cooperate and turns against me. What can I do?! All my plans for a whole day shooting ended up in smoke (or rain?)... Life sucks..."Have you ever thought such thoughts? Have you been unhappy when it has been raining cats and dogs, while you have planned a sunny day photosession?If yes, then it shouldn't be that you just let the unpredictable weather to ruin your happy moments with your camera.How not... continue reading
We have had some rainy weather for several days in a row. This really cuts down on the outside photo's other than the rainy shots.But it does open up the opportunity to take some indoor shots.Backgrounds are as open a category as your imagination.Colors, shapes, subject matter are all important factors when some one is looking for the right background. They can and are used for many scrapbooks but are also used as a backdrop for photo overlays.So when the weather is bad look around and... continue reading
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