Tips and Tricks
No, I don't try to write another essay about getting a perfect photographer. There are already a lot around.|
What I want to do is to clearify some technical details of digital photography and offer the interested reader
some insight into my way of making photos.
||Some words on perspective|
The most essential parameter for great images is the right viewpoint not your camera.
||The perfect light|
For me light is at least as essential to my images as the right perspective.
In the digital world setting the correct whitebalance is the key for getting correct colors.
There are light-situations, especially within the night, which can't be handled even from modern cameras.
In some situations using a RAW-format may be useful.
Nowadays you can create panoramic images with less effort.
Do you know that aperture has a significant influence on maximum sharpness with most lenses?
Polarization filters can make your colors more vivid, sometimes.