Vacationers sometimes miss great photo opportunities, are challenged when photographing their children, have problems photographing in churches and museums due to poor lighting, and trouble photographing museum collections protected by glass due to reflection. Ned Levi has 4 techniques for solving these problems of travel photography.
More and more often, travelers are taking helicopter tours at their destinations for spectacular views, amazing photographic opportunities, and a chance to visit venues unreachable by other means. Ned Levi has advice for taking helicopter tours, and photographing the panorama of scenery you’ll see while inflight.
US, Independence Day in Philadelphia, the nation’s birthplace, will culminate with spectacular fireworks in front of more than 500,000 on-lookers, many photographing the pyrotechnics. Ned Levi has suggestions to help you make your fireworks photos great.
More and more travelers are traveling great distances to journey on trips primarily to see and photograph wildlife. Ned Levi has some tips and technique suggestions to help travelers use those long telephoto lenses on DSLR cameras we’re seeing more and more all over the world.
Many travelers correct their vision using eyeglasses. Unfortunately, a significant number of travelers using eyeglasses have difficulty focusing their DSLR cameras, and properly composing their photos due to wearing glasses. Ned Levi discusses their problems and offers solutions for them.
Ned Levi offers his Digital Camera Memory Card “Best Practices,” so travelers can prevent memory card errors in the camera, and return home with their photographic keepsakes.
When we travel, there are hazards which can prove deadly to digital cameras, and even modern day film cameras. Away from home, we need to exercise our “street smarts” to keep safe and secure, as well as, keep our photography equipment safe and sound. Virtually all traveler photographers worry about theft. Fewer worry about the many other hazards they may encounter, which can do […]
Dust spots on digital photographs are a bane of the travel photographer. In this follow up to his earlier column about cleaning DSLR sensors to eliminate those spots, Ned Levi discusses how to prevent dust accumulation on a DSLR camera’s sensor.
Dust laying on the sensor of a DSLR (digital single lens reflex camera) can ruin photographs taken when using a DSLR, by causing spots on the photos. Ned Levi discusses a series of steps you can take to clean your DSLR’s sensor at home or while traveling, to eliminate the photo spotting problem.