So great to have you Elisha and thanks for all the great tips! Be sure to stop by Elisha’s blog to see more of her lovely work or if you’re looking for more photo tips + tricks, sign up for one of her online photography workshops here! If you’ve missed any of our other STS special guest posts here’s a quick recap for you:
Using window light to capture everyday photos with Gayle Vehar.
Capturing gorgeous skies in your photos with Leah Profancik.
Getting out from behind the camera with Kristen Duke.
Making the most of natural light with Anna Jones.
Advice on post processing your photos with Christy Williams of Addy Lane.
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Thanks for the great tips!!
Denene Brox Photography says
These are awesome tips! I’m bookmarking this post. I started shooting with the Canon 50mm 1.4 lens last year and one thing I’ve noticed is that my photos aren’t always sharp. I did some checking after becoming very frustrated and learned that this lens can produce “soft” images if the aperture is wide open. In order to get sharper images, you shouldn’t drop below f/2 and ideally not below f/2.8. I’m curious, have you experienced this using this lens?
It’s a little frustrating for me because I want sharp images and I love shooting wide open.
Thanks for the tips on sharpening images in post-processing. I’ll have to incorporate that into my post-processing routine.
Great tips from a great photographer. Thanks!