Monday, May 17, 2010

How to shoot Rainbows

Let’s face it, rainbows aren’t the most common of photographic subjects. But when you are fortunate enough to find one—no matter where you might be or what you might be shooting—how are you going to pass up the opportunity to try and make pictures of it? Photographer Ian Plant, who writes about shooting in the outdoors for his Mountain Trail Photo blog as well as the newly revamped Outdoor Photographer blog, is the ideal instructor to turn to when you’ve got questions about shooting in nature. His recent article on photographing rainbows is full of very practical tips on everything from how to find rainbows in the first place to the right technical approach to capturing them in camera.

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How to shoot Rainbows


Let’s face it, rainbows aren’t the most common of photographic subjects. But when you are fortunate enough to find one—no matter where you might be or what you might be shooting—how are you going to pass up the opportunity to try and make pictures of it? Photographer Ian Plant, who writes about shooting in the outdoors for his Mountain Trail Photo blog as well as the newly revamped Outdoor Photographer blog, is the ideal instructor to turn to when you’ve got questions about shooting in nature. His recent article on photographing rainbows is full of very practical tips on everything from how to find rainbows in the first place to the right technical approach to capturing them in camera.

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