Take great photos of your painting holiday
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Take some great photos to use as references in the future
The Drakensberg offers fantastic scenery and great light but it is very changeable, so to minimize disappointment the professionals recommend using a good camera with good quality film
So what must you check for in a camera?
They recommend a wide angle, medium focal length (about 50mm) and a long lens (200mm or longer)Aperture rating makes a good lens: 2.8 is the best, with up to 4.5 beings OK, but 5.6 or more is for snappers only so don’t expect brilliant photos with it.
Then to help with the changeable lighting you will need some filters.
Use a soft warming filter for most occasions, A circular polariser for harsh light and A graduated grey filter to make bright skies darker.
Find the Camera for your Holiday
Thanks to David Bristow for this information found in his brilliant book
“Best walks of the Drakensberg”