Sunday, 28 October 2012

How to Photograph Markets


Most of us enjoy photographing market scenes, particularly when on holiday, and this article from Digital Photo School, by Kav Dadfar, a travel photographer based in London, gives some valuable advice on how to get the best results.

Markets are fascinating places to photograph and are always on my shot list wherever I go. They are often places where you get a real glimpse of the local, everyday life and make for fantastic photo opportunities. However, the low light conditions and busy atmosphere can make photographing markets somewhat challenging.

Follow the link to read the rest of the article, and to view some atmospheric and vibrant photos: How to Photograph Markets
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