Which lighting is best for outdoor photography?
Depends on what you are shooting - most subjects will look best in natural light - a strobe unit can be used for macro shots.
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I use a Canon 5D with the 24-105 lens and the results are most gratifying. Jim Answer If you're an amateur, a point and shoot camera (like Olympus D-550) is best. Just put …it on Auto or P[rogram mode]and fire away. Better if it's digital with plenty of memories, since you don't have to buy films. Just shoot and shoot and delete those that you don 't want. And if you want to tinker with the picture later, load the free version of Photoshop (element) and start from there. If you're an advance novice who don't want to carry a lot of equipment and need an outside flash, a compact camera, like Olympus SP-350, is a good choice. It's no bigger than your hand. Don't forget to bring tripod. Best time to shoot outdoors (landscape) is just before sunrise or just after sunset when lighting is more diffused. Use directional flash if you want some fill lighting. If you want to shoot at landmarks that have been shot-to-death (like; Eiffel tower, Lincoln memorial, etc,}, you'll get more dramatic effect if you shoot them when no one else would dare shoot them, like after a storm, at night, or overcast weather. Of course these requires technique and tripod. Hint; look at the photos in National Geographic magazine and try to study the techniques of the Pros. Answer Digital cameras are very different than using film cameras, but both have auto settings. If you are a pro, then this question is irrelevant, but for amateurs, then good name-brand point and shoots are what you need. Tony
shade if it's too bright light if it's dark Sun does not count as light!
Natural lighting has a beautiful affect but is often not bright enough or too bright.
the best lighting for digital photography is ?
If you are taking pictures in a room with low light, the pictures will turn out worse. Pictures with good lighting come out better. Many cameras have different settings that a…llow you to take better pictures in low lights conditions.
I would definitely say natural. Indoor/fluorescent light doesn'tlook very good in pictures, so natural/outside is by far the best.The best time to take pictures is early morni…ng or early eveningwhen the sun isn't completely out and powerful yet. The above answer is great but I would like to add the following forthose who are not just interested in capturing the moment. Inphotography you can use both ambient light and artificial lightingto create the effect you want...there is no "best" light. Don't beafraid to experiment. Bracket a shot with a variety of lighting,f-stops, shutter speeds and focuses to see what comes out. Most ofall, create. My answer would be it depends on the subject matter and the way youwant to render it. Assuming film is the medium, overhead naturallighting is usually the worst choice for portaiture - especially ifit is sunny. Early morn or late evening will add yellow to skintones if something like an 82A filter is not used. Diffuse skylightwould be better when mixed with frontal fill in flash, but frontalskylight would be best (like what you'd get if standing under acanopy). However, contrast usually makes for good B&Wphotographs - unless it's portraiture, in which case I'd stillprefer the frontal skylight. Scenery is another matter altogether -early morning or late evening can produce some wonderful results.
Home Depot, Lowes, landscapelight would be my top three choices. At times you may find one of those circulars for Home Depot or Lowes that have the discount card good for any …purchase. All three places have a wide variety of selections for your outdoor lighting needs.
The best outdoor lighting for your own is really a matter of personal preference. The best lighting for soft glow on your patio is solar powered twinkle lights.
There are lots of companies making great outdoor Christmas lights, though Vickerman is often reviewed as one of the most reliable. Make sure the lights you buy are indeed rate…d for outdoor use, or they could short out if exposed to water.
What are the different outdoor lighting available in the market Why and which manufacturer produce the best out door lighting?
Types of outdoor lights are pathway light, bollard light and underwater lights etc. According to my experience Havells Sylvania is manufacturing best lighting products. Their …products are long lasting, cost effective & consumes less energy.
IKEA is a very well known warehouse that is inexpensive and has a very wide variety of everything needed for indoors and ourdoors.
Several companies offer Christmas light storage devices. Reels or buckets are the typical answers to keeping lights from tangling. If the lights are rolled neatly, it is muc…h easier to unroll them without tangling.
The best outdoor Christmas lighting display is considered to include tree lights, chandeliers, drop lights, pillar lights, with flashing a static light displays.
A generator is the best kind of power source for outdoor lighting because it works regardless if the electricity does or not. It's also very portable, and cost-efficient.
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There are several good outdoor patio lighting systems for a large yard. Some great outdoor patio lighting options are, pineapple torches, regent torches, and pro series solar… lights.
One can learn about outdoor photography from professional photographers. One can also learn about it from Outdoor Photographer, Learn Outdoor Photography, Bright Hub, and many… other websites.
The best places to put an outdoor motion sensor lighting are usually the places where one goes by in the night, such as the way from the garage to the frontdoor.