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Old 28-09-2005, 12:45   #1 (permalink)
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First shoot

Guys

I'm off to do my first landscape photography shoot on Saturday morning of our local hills.

Any hints of tips would be greatly appreciated (sensible please )

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Use the histogram display on the camera to look for blown hightlights such as the sky. Underexpose and shoot in raw.
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Bah spoilsport.

Remember tripod/monopod.
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apparently getting up early to get some cool morning light with a bit of mist etc is a good idea
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TLC needed - Timing, Lighting, Composition (he says)
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