Welcome to Peter Tenzer Photography. This blog will keep you up-to-date on some of my most recent projects. In addition, When I am on location and I have a particularly challenging assignment I will be posting photography tips that may be of interest to some of you. More than likely, they will just be of interest to me. But, in the spirit of the digital age and the immediacy that follows it, I feel obliged to post them.
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One of the great hidden features on digital cameras is the fill flash or flash on mode. By taking control of the flash so it goes on when you want it to, not when the camera deems it appropriate, you've just taken an important step toward capturing great outdoor portraits.
In flash on mode, the camera exposes for the background first, then adds just enough flash to illuminate your portrait subject. The result is a professional looking picture where everything in the composition looks good. Wedding photographers have been using this technique for years.
Over the years photographers, like doctors, have had to evolve from being generalists to specialists. It's too bad, because using different skill sets for one area helps improve your vision in the other areas. Nevertheless the assignment world is what it is. Fortunately, I have some clients who don't feel that way. Although I do a majority of my assignment work in the portrait and industrial world I have been given the opportunity to shoot for clients in other areas. A change of scene is always positive. Check out www.101park.com an assignment I finished for www.CSDesignworks.com