Monday, March 5, 2012

The Basics of Outdoor Event Photography

Spring is right around the corner, and when it arrives there will be a lot more outdoor events. No matter what your age, outdoor gatherings and events are a load of fun for everyone involved. Bringing a camera is only natural, and today most people are carrying digital cameras. It's an easy way to capture the adventure, whether it be a Native American pow-wow, Civil War reenactment or a medieval festival.

The Digital Photography Basics

By using these basic tips, you'll be guaranteed of getting better photographs in the long run. One of the best pieces of advice anybody can give is to get to the event early. The reason for this is that you want to get as close to the action as possible, and if you're not part of the press, you won't be able to get into the press area where reporters and press photographers are taking pictures for their publication.

The right lens for the right shot is the next bit of advice. If you're doing digital photography on a small point and shoot, make

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