i have been asked to photograph holes on a golf course, suitable for printing and framing.
i do not do this, need help
have camera and hopefully lens
anyone , who can do this kind of work, please pointers
See Exif info above. Use a tripod to insure your shots are sharp.marc said:those are exactly, what we are looking for
we are doing, hole shots, for an auction.
can you give some shooting info, exif
they are really good
Marc,marc said:we did shoot 9 holes, today
they look pretty good, i will have to post some of them, when i figure out how to do that
thanks so much , for everyones help
Frits said:I like golf courses with fall colours. Particularly during the "golden hour". That does bring loooong shadows, but it can be brought within reason. Also, wide angles are not mandatory with landscape golf shots. At times a mid-tele will do fine when you close in to a particular feature / look of a hole (attention focused on the green and its background on this one).
One I like (taken with my D100 at the time): At my golf course, 6th hole, par 3, 180 yards, which has double bogey written all over it
thanks for your help, nice shot, nice hole
i really need some shooting help, lens erc.