Most of us aren't professional photographers, but many of us take our amateur photography seriously. Over time, I come to realize that there’s a lot more to taking pictures than just pointing and shooting! In fact, a photographer who's serious about his hobby should learn about topics such as lighting, exposure, composition and camera angles, to name a few.
Wildlife photography is devoted to capturing interesting animals in action, such as eating, fighting, or in flight. Although usually shot in the wild, game farms are also a frequent location for wildlife photography.
The techniques of wildlife photography differ greatly from those used in landscape photography. For example, in wildlife photography wide apertures are used to achieve a fast shutter speed, freeze the subject's motion, and blur the backgrounds, while landscape photographers prefer small apertures. Wildlife is also usually shot with long telephoto lenses from a great distance; the use of such telephoto lenses frequently necessitates the use of a tripod (since the longer the lens, the harder it is to handhold). Many wildlife photographers use blinds or camouflage.
Saturday, March 31, 2007
ഒരു സുന്ദരി കുട്ടി
രിബല്സ് civil വാറിനു ഇടയില് vazhi arikil thadnju niruthi kathicha വാഹനങ്ങളുടെ അവശിഷ്ടം