Memorial Day Photography Tips
01 | Capture the details of family gatherings
You could capture the moment when everyone raises their glasses for a toast or you could zoom in on the melted popsicle in your nephew’s hand.
The photo above was shot at 1/320, f/1.8, and ISO 500.
02 | Experiment with sparklers
03 | Lake time
This photo was shot at 1/200, f/4, and ISO 640.
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