Leading lines is a compositional tool to recreate the depth in the image even though it is presented on a two dimensional surface. In this weeks video I’m presenting this topic and also give you some examples on how it works.
I went to Trondheim to see if I could find something to capture with my Infrared camera. Bright sunny days with some scattered clouds will create dramatic scenes.
The IR camera get at different kind of black and white look. I find it quite unique. Compared to a regular black and white image it has more contrast and some elements reflect IR light different than regular light.
Finding the right camera can ble hard. In this weeks video I’m asking you some questions that might help you decide.