Gear: Canon 60D, Canon EF 50mm f/1.8 II
Editing tool: Lightroom 5
This is the second post in the photography tutorial series. This time I will go over some basic photography techniques and post-processing for a night time urban scene. The image was shot at night (of course!), outside a restaurant, about a year ago in Vigo, Spain.
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Night time urban scene
This is the second post addressed to beginners to get the most out of your brand new DSLR camera. Unless you know exactly what you are looking for, you will probably consider a DSLR sold as a kit which includes a camera body and a so-called kit lens. The body of the camera is something that you might keep for a couple of years, without the need to upgrade it. However, you might very soon find yourself limited by your kit lens for various reasons.
The issues that you might encounter are numerous and depend on the type of photography that you are interested in. I list them in 5 categories below, along with some suggestions to get the most out of your kit lens.
Continue reading The limitations of your kit lens and how to get the most out of it