Updating and snapping of trees
If you can’t shoot outdoors, take photos near windows or in well-lit rooms.Even at night, it’s preferable to find sources of ambient light, like street lamps and store windows.Well, these days phone photography is capable of some pretty impressive feats.Plus, unlike that bulky DSLR that you haul out for vacations, it’s always at hand.We visited this park on a very hot day and we are pleased to say the shade from the trees made it bearable and believe-it-or-not bugs were not a problem.
Prevent overexposure by adjusting the lighting on your screen: tap and slide your finger up or down to adjust exposure.A post shared by Valley Buds Flower Farm (@valleybudsflowerfarm) on But you can also achieve a pleasing effect with “balanced asymmetry”, where the subject is off-center but balanced out by another object.In this case, the flowers are arranged in the lower-right area of the photo, and are balanced by the sun in the top-left corner. Sooo this will be week 1 of our dahlias for days CSA share which we are pretty excited for .We do have a couple more spots left and so many dahlia varieties growing it’s going to be a really nice time !Go check out our website or just stop in @antisocialshop for more information and thank you !????????
The rule of thirds is one of the most well-known composition principles, and refers to a simple method of balancing your image.