Travel and Street Photography Inspiration
My longtime readers will remember that I used to take them on virtual field trips every July. I loved this tradition but I've let it go the last few years because it was a lot of work. I do still try to share sites I love with my "catchup posts" but every once in a while I run into a resource that I just have to share and this is one of those times!
Sebastian Jacobitz of streetbounty.com reached out to me about my blog post on Photography Cheat Sheets and I'm so glad I got to virtually "meet" him and discover his amazing blog and website. It's getting harder to find photographers who really take the time and effort to blog these days so I appreciate that he shares such great content. I wanted to call attention to a few posts and cheat sheets that are definitely worth exploring.
The Exposure Triangle is a big key to understanding how to shoot great photos. I think this is a great graphic and the post he wrote to go along with it is just fantastic!
The post on understanding aperture is a wonderful resource to explain depth of field and F-stops. Really great stuff!
Another great and very detailed post is the one he shares on basic camera settings. He walks you through everything you need to know to make the most of your camera.
So hop on over to Street Bounty and get over your fears of street photography and using all the settings on your camera. I know both of those things scare me a little so I'm looking forward to learning how to overcome those challenges.