Wednesday, February 19, 2014

Good Photography Related Articles Worth Reading

I don’t normally do this, but I managed to get some good articles sent my way today that are worth sharing.

Photographing Police

Yes, you can photograph shots like this without fear of arrest
Yes, you can photograph shots like this without fear of arrest
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One of my blog readers (Jackie) shared an article with me today on How to Photograph Police that I think is definitely worth a read when you have some spare time:

http://blog.arrestrecords.com/how-to-photograph-the-police-and-not-go-to-jail/

Photography Etiquette

Learn to embrace or shoot around the crowds, or find a new hobby
Learn to embrace or shoot around the crowds, or find a new hobby

By coincidence another one of my photography club members at work shared this helpful article on photography etiquette as well:

http://sarahmarinophoto.com/landscape-photography-etiquette/

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1 comment:

suekarski said...

One more to add is the IPAD or IPhone photographer. They determine that you with your large lens and tripod must have the best angle and walk right up and stick their device right in front of your lens while you are taking photos (using a remote cable). I was so wanting to just tip the camera a bit to knock the ipad into the Yellowstone Canyon , but I bit my lip and did not. This just happened again in New Zealand while trying to photograph gannets. Now if we could get apple to put a serial number on the back of the devices so we can send them a bill.