These articles are written by Gail Bjork, a long-time, amateur photo enthusiast. She is the creator and editor of Digicamhelp, a website devoted to helping those new to digital photography.
While the changeable weather conditions in Ireland means great light and interesting pictures, it also means you need to be prepared for what the weather may throw at your camera.
Taking a few simple steps and planning in advance will prevent the weather from interfering with your photography.Read More
Rain can come suddenly in Ireland, but it is not always a bad thing. Storm clouds, mist and light rain can add lovely, atmospheric elements in a photo.
However you may need to adjust exposure, focus and white balance to take account of quickly changing light.Read More
In spite of what you may hear, it is not always raining in Ireland – you need to be ready for the says when the sun shines and the light is clear and bright.
In this article Gail looks at some of the automatic or scene modes that can be useful when the weather is good.Read More
You may not always be allowed to take photos indoors, and even when you are you won’t always be permitted to use flash.
You’ll then have to rely on available light, use slower shutter speeds, higher sensitivity (ISO) and keep your camera very steady when shooting.Read More