Another key way to manage the sharp contrast between light and dark in moon photos is to adjust the camera's settings. The supermoon of 2012 rises over Entiat, Wash., in this photo by skywatcher Tim McCord snapped on May 5, 2012. Since the moon is bright and moves quickly, photographers need to use a fast shutter speed. For even more up-close-and-personal lunar views, photographers can mount their cameras on telescopes or certain spotting scopes, which are normally attached to rifles for target shooting, Mrachina said. Photographers can snap moon photos from anywhere, so long as conditions are clear, but the most spectacular shots tend to come from locations with less pollution and humidity. For more artistic shots, Mrachina recommends finding something to create a silhouette in front of the moon.
Veteran astrophotographers Imelda Joson and Edwin Aguirre captured this view of the supermoon of 2012, the full moon of May, on May 5, 2012, from Woburn, Mass. For amateur photographers, full moons offer a good chance to exercise creativity in choosing the shots, and the results can be quite rewarding. To incorporate some natural color into the photos, try photographing the moon as it rises, rather than while it sets, Mrachina said. But, even if conditions are not clear for the supermoon this weekend, or if other plans get in the way of photography, skywatchers should not give up. Dewis effectively produces a studio photography look while shooting outside in a parking lot with just an umbrella and a Canon Speedlite. Take a test shot of your scene, and adjust your settings until the test shot results in a completely black frame (Via Petapixel & ISO1200). Shoot an off-camera flash into an umbrella that’s been closed down to narrow and control the light hitting your subject. This is a handy trick that can be used in almost any situation to make your photos look as if they were taken in a studio. We are always looking for more interesting and insightful photography tips and techniques to share with our readers.
The following photos are are straight out of my camera, no editing except for sharpening for web and taken with A Canon 6D and a 50 1.8 Lens. Presets are a quick easy way to help you get white balance correct straight out of your cameras. Custom white balance is another great way to get your white balance correct straight out of camera. But REMEMBER: If your light changes, you have to go back and reset your custom white balance again. Adjusting the Kelvin Temperature is a very specific way to correct your white balance. Kelvin is a scale for measuring color temperature.

An easy way to learn kelvin is to set your camera to live view and adjust the kelvin white balance in real time until you find the perfect color.
Just remember, the key to white balance is to remember that you are trying to neutralize the light. I just picked up some paint color cards yesterday after discussing white balance with a few of my blogger boos (hey girl) months ago. Make a written list, even if it is short, of everything you will want to include in your bag.
And, it’s no surprise that one of my favorite photography sites, i heart faces, has a bunch of great posts on the subject as well! A camera dolly is a specialized piece of filmmaking and television production equipment designed to create smooth camera movements (cinematic techniques). I recommend to use a long shutter speed, a steady tripod and grab yourself a nifty little tool called the shutter release cable. The auto exposure bracketing method is a fantastic way to work out what settings are exposing your scene perfectly.
There have been some times when I have used this method and found that the photo which are much light was actually the perfect exposure.
She teaches enthusiast photographers how to take beautiful, professional photos in easy, plain English. Photographing the supermoon does not require much special equipment, but the trick to capturing more than just a bright, white blob is to think like a camera, said Jason Mrachina, a professional photographer based in Des Moines, Iowa.
The best results come from holding the camera very still, and one of the biggest mistakes people make is trying to hold the camera steady by hand, Mrachina said. This involves manually setting the shutter speed and aperture, which acts as the iris of the camera and regulates how much light will be allowed into the lens, and changing the ISO, which refers to the sensitivity of the photo cell in the camera.
A nice tree, building or a fence line are all options of objects that can add to a picture. However, some photographers who work on-location in less-than-ideal surroundings are able to make their images look as if they were taken in a studio.
Cool colors like Blue usually have a color temperature over 7000K, while warmer colors like orange and red are around 2000K. The key is to remember that your goal is to neutralize the temperature of the light of your scene. She loves to share her photos and tips for creating beautiful photos on her blog Everyday Eyecandy. The camera is mounted to the dolly and the camera operator and focus puller or camera assistant usually ride on the dolly to operate the camera. If you have a good camera and a good lens and you are still not getting sharp images then you will have to sharpen your images in photo shop or light room.

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To create a dramatic effect, stand away from the object creating the silhouette, Mrachina said. One of these resourceful photographers, Glyn Dewis, produces outdoor portraits that have a studio look without using a backdrop.
On bright days, you may need to use a more powerful flash or multiple strobes to use this technique. When we take a photo, our cameras usually try to neutralize these different colors to give you the most natural looking photo it can.
Not all cameras allow you to set Kelvin White Balance, but if you have a high end DLSR, you should be able to.
So, if you are in the shade, you want to set your Kelvin Temperature HIGH like 7000K to get rid of bluish tones and light. I absolutely LOVE  the way the newborn features collage came out (the first picture in the post).
You need a shutter release cable so that you can activate the shutter speed without touching the camera. A steady tripod is very important because it will hold your camera firm in the one position. This is why landscape photography professionals always use an aperture of F 22, all smaller, to be able to get sharp photos. It takes a lot of practice to be able to read the light and then know the best temperature to dial in.
And if you are somewhere where your light is really yellow, like your kid’s gymnasium, you will want to set your Kelvin White Balance to a low temperature. But, I’ve never done any newborn shots since having my dslr and I was SO excited to have the chance to take pictures for her! There are various kelvin charts floating around the web, but a lot of photographers just memorize the chart. You see, we have SHORT toes, My Grandma, My Dad, Myself , my Son and BOTH Grandsons have the same pudgy feet with short toes. You can also open your shutter for only a couple of seconds depending on how much light you have.

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