I have been playing around with my new Canon S5 IS camera. Overall I am very happy at the quality of the pictures especially since they are being taken by me who is on the steep learning curve of photography. I took lots of macro pictures for the Fire Alarm Alarm Clock project. Some pictures turned out good, and some I could never get to look good no matter what I tried. I have been looking all over reading everything that I can find… I got some pointers from the very helpful guys over at photography on the net, I will be trying they tips over the next few days and hopefully I can resolve my image quality problems.
In my web quest for good articles for people like me who would rather build a creative solution than pay for a commercial off the shelf answer I came across this post about 3 Lights Studio for Under $100! I think I will have to give this lighting option some serious consideration. Any good tips and tricks are appreciated, you can leave them in the comments.
For years I was perfectly content shooting without lights, until I worked a couple of years at photo studios that were outfitted with the best gear money can buy. After using the equipment at work I was very excited about building up my own studio. But of course I didn’t have thousands or even hundreds to spend after I bought my digital SLR and some good lenses. So I invested a lot of time doing research and experimenting, and I owe lots of what I learned from right here at DIYphotography.net.”
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