Shoot like the professionals.
This may be obvious to some and maybe not to others so I thought I would share.
I'm sure there can not be too many secrets out there on how the pro's like say Yuri Arcurs get those great looking bright corporate style images. Some of it will be the equipment used and how they use such equipment, so here I am not reinventing the wheel but just going to point out a feature I find useful here on DT.
So what settings are used on indoor shoots, how is that great DOF created, how is that level of sharp focus achieved in a certain type of shot.
Well I have found it very useful when looking at such great shots to go into the tools option and scroll down to the bottom and there is all the EXIF data i.e for the image above :
Make: NIKON CORPORATION
Model: NIKON D3X
DateTime: 2011:01:11 10:59:01
DateTimeOriginal: 2010:11:07 12:18:01
I find this info very useful and would think it's like gold dust for newer photographers or for giving us a heads up when we are planning on shooting in conditions new to us like say indoors or low light.
So I find this very useful and hope some out there will do to, it really does make give you a great insight into how the pro's shoot, surely this is very valuable information :-)
All images used here belong to Yuri Arcurs :-) and not me :-(
Photo credits: Yuri_arcurs.
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