On location in Cebu in the Philippines, Gina and Valerie talk about the next part of their adventure and how to photograph in exotic locations. They cover dealing with the camera condensation that’s prevalent in the tropics, handling the harsh light, how to find the good light, shooting total strangers, what “cake bread” really is – and much more.
William Keeler ( True Grit Preset)
Rossini Festival, Knoxville, TN.
I generally shoot my kiddos and friends at their various sports activities. This is from last night at martial arts belt testing. The light was dismal as you might imagine and my settings were 1/100, f3.5, ISO400 with my Olympus E510. It’s not as sharp as I’d like, but I might have been a little excited. Ha. Gentle cc appreciated. smile emoticon
Tropical Island: Photography in exotic locations
- Canon 5DMK111
- Canon speedlight
- 2 x pocket Wizards
- Light pole
- Roller back pack
- 2 x reflectors
All cameras were carry on
The rest went in one suitcase