Discussion in 'Beyond the Basics' started by Nikki, Jun 7, 2003.
I'm just wondering if anyone can offer any tips on taking pictures in rainforests.
If there is bright sunlight on greens it is helpful to have a polarizing filter to cut down on glare.
but interest..which rainforest nikki?
bring lots of bugspray. seriously.
LOL@ bugspray - I'm not going into the depths of a jungle!
Manda, I live a few minutes drive from the National Botanical Gardens and there is a rainforest section in there that I would like to take a few piccies of. I also love Minnamurra Rainforest. Haven't been there in a couple of years, but would like to pay another visit sometime soon.
Get some really good quality color film. Hint: It's in the refrigerated section of the photo store. It's kept cool and ment to be used and processed in a short amount of time, but the color is exceptional.
my photo store guys put malt liquor in "the refrigerated" section.
Now THATS my kind of photo store!
When you find out let me know. I live not all that far from some very interesting rainforest but my attempts at photographing it have ranged from mediocre to downright terrible. For some reason I find the contrast very hard to handle.
RE colorful film.....
I just tried AGFA Ultra and :shock:
here is one from Sedona
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