Want to Take Better Photos? This is How I Do It #3 by Kevin Landwer-Johan Karen Woman Smoking Setting up my outdoor daylight studio is always a lot of fun. Not only for me, but also for the people I photograph. I’d photographed this lovely Karen woman a number of years before. She was ready …
How To Compose the Best Photos – Fill The Frame by Kevin Landwer-Johan Composition is one of the most essential aspects of photography to master. Fill the frame with what matters and you’ll be making the best photos. Design the content within your frame and your photos will be outstanding. Rules of composition are taught, …
Street Movement Portrait
Photographing on the streets of Bangkok is a lot of fun, if you can cope with the crowds and the heat. Capturing some movement of the people passing was my main aim for this portrait.
Working with someone very patient was the key here. Setting up for this photo and taking enough to make one or two portraits worth sharing took at least an hour.
Know your camera well and be prepared for whatever might happen when you least expect it. If you are ready to seize at an opportunity you will probably get better photos than you expected.This means checking your attitude as well as your camera gear. If you approach a photo opportunity with a negative preconceived idea of how it will be, you are not so likely to get great results.