Welcoming Forest

Welcoming Forest

It’s becoming more apparent that it’s a good idea to pay attention to all sides of our photos while we’re actually shooting.  That way, we can fix any issues like blown-out, distracting elements in the moment, instead of later when we first notice these problems in post-processing.

Things can be cropped out in post, but it’s better to fix these issues at the time of shooting by changing position or cropping tighter in-camera.

Let’s be more mindful of our edges while we’re shooting, and try to get closer to our finished image in-camera and in the moment.

Much Peace and Keep Roamin’

Backlit Forest Spring Forest

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