Tip of the Week

@erinwrightphotography

Erin said:
While underwater housing is a dream of mine, I’m enjoying learning and experimenting with underwater photography with my GoPro Hero 6. My kids think underwater photography is so fun so they are always willing to be models for me! Just like on land, I still look for pretty light underwater, where the rays of sun penetrate the surface. For post processing I up the clarity, play with the blues until I like them and adjust split toning if necessary. Honestly, with underwater I’m still learning and playing around with editing a lot, it’s just something I do for fun with my kids so I don’t feel the pressure for them to be perfect!

Tip of the Week chosen by @kelly.crews

Weekly Theme: Earth Day!

***WEEKLY THEME ANNOUNCEMENT***This photo from Amber @amberlyphotography is perfect to introduce our theme for this week! This week we’ll be celebrating Earth Day all week long! Tag your photos, old and new, that celebrate our beautiful world to #cm_earthday. Amber these colors and tones are so beautiful! Would you please share with us your processing steps for this photo? Love it! #cm_amberlyphotography {curated by Rebecca @merrakaiphotography}

Tip of the Week

@erinwallisphotography

Erin said:
I was shooting with Nikon d850 (80-200mm) at iso 2500 155mm f4.0 at 1/2000 sec.  These guys move quick so I just sit and wait. I try and focus on the point with “want and hope” they will land and so I can quickly focus on them when they land…. in this case I focused on her thumb hoping one would land there, and it did!! (She was holding a hand-held feeder, small red with sugar water.) It’s pretty remarkable to have so many here and I feel incredibly fortunate and grateful that my previous neighbor was such a crazy bird lady and could poss the torch onto me!

Tip of the Week chosen by @kelly.crews

Weekly Theme: Easter

***WEEKLY THEME ANNOUNCEMENT*** This photo from Victoria @victoriaandrewsphotography is perfect to introduce our new theme which is Easter! #cm_eastervibes. This is so cute and, I’m always extra impressed with photos that are cropped in such a way that adds visual interest but somehow seems natural. Any cropping tips or other tips to share Victoria? #cm_victoriaanddrewsphotography {curated by Rebecca @merrakaiphotography}

Tip of the Week

@drmarenza

Anita said:
This was taken with Nikon d3200 and a 300mm Tamron lens. I propped my son up on our toolshed to get the angle and the blue sky behind him and thus avoid regular neighborhood noise. We live close to the airport so the white airplane stripe was naturally there. In original edit, I used a preset and struggled to correct the face color, but after tips and advice from Feedback Friday [in Camera Mama Premium] I re-edited the picture and this time I used to tool brush to add contrast and color etc close to the preset I previously used, but avoided his face to keep his natural skin tone. On his face I just darkened the black and added a slight contrast. Such great advice that I had never thought of, game changing for me.

Tip of the Week chosen by @kelly.crews

Weekly Theme: Colorful

***WEEKLY THEME ANNOUNCEMENT*** This photo from Liz @lizbinder is perfect to introduce our theme this week which is COLORFUL #cm_colorful2! Liz, this photo is AMAZING! Can you share with us how you captured and processed it? ✨This photo is also featured on the Camera Mama Facebook page! Go check it out and see if any of YOUR photos are on our Facebook page! If so, be sure to tag yourself!✨ #cm_lizbinder {curated by Rebecca @merrakaiphotography}

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