In between we where attending to the It’s Art Master Classes at the National Library a couple of years ago, we had a stroll through the Parc de Bercy and along the river Seine.
Maybe not the expected photos from this city with so many tourist attractions, but nevertheless you shouldn’t overlook the hidden gems hiding in plain sight.
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As we do most travel photos, we need to start with what photo gear to bring. That includes more than cameras and lenses, we also need to think about storage. We need to bring more memory cards than we need and external hard drives with more than enough space (make sure that they are all working!). For the camera with only one card slot, we never delete photos from the full memory card used with that camera, but for the camera with dual card slots (which the second card slot is set up to backup), I delete one of them after all photos are copied over to the external hard drive.
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This is the second part post about the Pere Lachaise Cemetery. If you have missed Part I, you can check it HERE. We hope you continue to indulge this visual tour through this beautiful City of The Dead.
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In 2016 we have been in Paris for IAM Masterclasses, 3 days of CG Art (computer graphics) workshops (Isis is a professional digital art illustrator and Ove enjoyed the opportunity for a trip). We stayed a few extra days and of course, we had to visit Pere Lachaise cemetery. We brought a DSLR and a compact camera and with them we captured many of the beautiful, astounding sculptures and pantheons at one of the most beautiful cemeteries we have ever visited.
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As most of us, I guess you’ve come home, uploading your photos to your computer, browsing through them eager to share some online and thinking…. “hmm, I don’t want to share any of these online, not even those I was sure would be great when I pressed the shutter button”. What happened? The camera does a very good job determining the white balance, exposure and focus, but the rest of it is controlled by the person who took the photo. So don’t blame the camera in the first place.
Here are some tips that will improve your personal skills to take better photos.
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I’m not talking about ND, polarizer or color filters, but about clear or UV filters. Do we need them or not. Of course do we need them, but do we need them on all of the time and are they for everybody? Often do we come across arguments one way or the other online or in person about the pros and cons of using those filters. So to jump right into it, what are actually the pros and cons?
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What to bring on a trip is always a question on how are you traveling and what you expect doing there, and of course your priorities. In most cases you can’t bring all your photo gear, so already there, your priority starts. After we acquired the phenomenal Think Tank Airport International v3 rolling bag, most of our problems did go away.
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