An article by CNN’s Michael Isikoff, in partnership with DigitalGlobe, has provided new insights into how to take photos in the most beautiful places in the world.
Isikoffs article , which focuses on photography and technology, explores how to get the most out of your smartphone, tablet or computer.
“DigitalGlobe has been using photos of the places it shoots to create an infographic that explains the best ways to capture your photos of nature,” said Isikonoff.
The infographic, which is available in a free downloadable version, shows the top 10 ways to take photographs of nature and how to find the best places to take them.
“These tips and tricks have helped us take our photos of wild animals, wildlife, and nature in a way that’s really beautiful and truly captivating,” said David Wain, an executive director of digitalGlobe.
“This infographic is the culmination of months of research and testing.”
The infographic also details tips on how to shoot a portrait.
Isikoff shared a few tips from the research that he has been collecting on photography, technology and natural landscapes.
The first tip is that “photographers should use a tripod.”
“For landscapes, a tripod is a must.
For portraits, you’ll need a tripod.
You’ll want one with good light-weight, which means you won’t be able to get a better photo by just standing around in a dark place and taking a photo,” said Wain.
“In a pinch, you can use a monopod.
A tripod is just a little bit better than nothing.”
Wain also shared some tips on shooting a digital photo.
“The digital camera will have a wide field of view, which lets you take your shot in all kinds of lighting,” he said.
“The more lighting you can control, the better.
A great way to take good photos is to position your camera at an angle to get great exposure.”
If you’re shooting a portrait or portrait-style photo, you might want to take some special care to keep your subject looking in focus.
“Your subject will have to be very close in focus to be able see everything that’s going on, so make sure you’re framing the subject correctly,” said Haslam.
For best results, try shooting in bright, bright light.
“You don’t want to shoot at night, or you’ll end up with a blurry picture,” said Darryl Haslam, who founded Darryll’s Photo Lab.
“If you have a bright light source, like a light bulb, you should use an ambient light source like a flash.
It’s great to get some bright light in the dark to give your subject some warmth.
For most people, a light fixture will be a good option.
For a very few people, you may want to invest in a macro lens.”
The final tip is to avoid using an artificial light source.
“For portraits, I always have an artificial lighting source in the background, so I can’t see my subject,” said Tanya Toney, a professional photographer who has worked in the U.S., Europe and Asia.
“For landscapes I don’t use artificial light sources.
I usually use a low-level lamp.
You should be able get good light, but not too bright, and you can have a bit of blur in the image.
If you’re using a low light source it will add to the blur.”
The research was conducted by Darryle Haslam and Darrylen Haslam in collaboration with photographer and videographer Michael Isakoff.