My cousin wants me to take some photos at his wedding this summer and I've never really photographed people before. I'm going to do some practicing on some friends beforehand, but just curious what everyone's #1 piece of advice is for people photography?
Thanks! I'll check out the link, I love old buildings!!
It's right in the middle of town!! There's a Canadian Legion on one side, and a siding store on the other... and it's on main street. :confused:
I'll take a look around the building. The other side has some neat angles that I didn't...
Explorers.... :D Who are these people and where can I find them
Clouds would look more mysterious for sure... or a little rain. Ooo rain clouds. Now I just need to order them.
Great ideas, thank you!
LOL looks like someone already tried that tactic
It's in Fort MacLeod - Southern...
Yeah, I would imagine it's fairly old. The strange thing is that all around it has been re-built... everything except this hotel. I would imagine they're going to either tear it down or re-do it.
Away from the hotel - the sun is coming from the west. And I only have a fancy point and shoot...
I drive by this hotel weekly, and finally stopped to shoot it. I guess I wasn't feeling creative that day as I wasn't pleased how they turned out. Comments & critique would be appreciated - any ideas of what I could do for next time??
This is just what the hotel looks like: