A view of Big Ben from Trafalgar Square, London.
This entry was posted on October 19, 2015 by Rich Green. It was filed under NJ Corporate Photographer, NJ Portrait Photographer, Photoblogging and was tagged with big ben, double decker bus, England, landscape, leisure, Life, lifestyle, london, Photography, photos, Pictures, road trip, Street, summer, trafalgar square, travel, vacation.
How can i take photos like this, my friend?
October 23, 2015 at 3:25 pm
Photography is like playing a musical instrument. Practice is what makes you better. Now, I’m older than you so I’ve had more practice. You live in a very beautiful part of the world. Opportunity is all around you. Just keep practicing, taking photos, keeping tract of what you do, seeing where you make mistakes and how you can improve, and editing your photos. Remember, I “usually” only post some of my good/better/or best shots. I’m not going to show you my mistakes. (Not unless they’re funny or unusual.) I look at the photos I took 20 years ago and think “boy, I stunk”. Now I say, “well, not bad.” See? I’ve practiced and improved a little. Just don’t stop taking photos. Also, the photo above is cropped to improve composition. And thank you for liking my work.
October 23, 2015 at 4:05 pm
Oh i see. Thank you for the advice. I will learn learn and more learn, so i can take beautiful photo like you do.
What software that you use to editing your photos? I just use photoshop with plug in nik software. Is it enough?
I am always like your photos that since i see last year. And thank you about all your advice to me. Thank you so much, my friend.
October 24, 2015 at 6:35 am
I also use photoshop. I use Photokit Sharpener for sharpening photos from PixelGenius.com but that’s it. I like to keep things simple. Nik is an excellent product. I know other photographers who use it. Many photographers also use Lightroom. Excellent product. I shoot (almost) everything in RAW format and process using the RAW converter in Photoshop and then finish in regular Photoshop. Thanks for liking my images. And just keep shooting.
October 24, 2015 at 12:18 pm
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