5 Tips For Shooting Temples – Eduardo Seastres

5 Tips For Shooting Temples is shared by expert photographer Eduardo Seastres from Valenzuela City, Philippines. He have excellent collection of compositions and shared his few valuable tips with us.

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Tips For Shooting Temples

1. Research for historical and famous Temples in the world. This will gives you knowledge and more interesting to know the history of the place you want to go.

2. Choose the best location you can shoot.

3. Choose the best time of the day to have more dramatic and moody color. Lighting is very important technique.

4. Always bring tripod to have sharp photographs. Blur photos are really frustrating especially if travel for photoshoot.

5. Use filters if you wish to shoot the temples during sunrise,sunset and foggy places.


Advice for photographers just starting out?

Learn more about yourself. The deeper you get, the more you realize that it’s all about what you are interested in, how you feel about it, and what you want to say to the people who view your work. As you shoot, you learn more about yourself, what you value, and how you see the world.The best thing about being a photographer is that you don’t stop learning.


How would you describe your style?

I photographed landscapes & architecture, capturing moments and human emotions. But I have noticed that I love “street photography”. I easily compose and tell the story of my subject every time I click my camera. Street Photography is maybe the most difficult genre of photography. But it is a way to take photo and personal observations and statements, which can be fun and rewarding. It also involves getting close to people. Shooting photographs of strangers in public places requires a bit of courage, quick reflexes and basic camera equipment. To do this kind of photography with success we must be on the scene, to be part of it, not a usual distant observer. The street photography is about telling a story in a single frame cleverly anticipating the actions and interactions. It’s about seeing the visual puns, the serendipity, and the incongruities of humor in a confusing world. It is the ability to capture that unique and particular moment.

Tell us a little bit about Your Camera and Lenses?

I am using DSLR camera Nikon D600 and Nikon lenses 35mm, 28-300mm and 80-200mm. This is only souvenir pictures and documenting my travels. At this stage, I did not shoot for work or for my profession. I am just a simple person who loves photographs and considered it as my hobby.

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