Pamela Reynoso shows us how to take control of your light with using diffuser and a reflector for macro photography.
About Pamela Reynoso
Pamela Reynoso is a San Francisco Bay Area based fine art macro and landscape photographer. The diverse landscapes and beauty of her native Northern California feed her soul as does exploring and discovering its many hidden gems- from vast landscapes with big open sky to minute details such as the beauty found in the unfolding of a flowers petals. These are the moments for which she is always on the lookout, the moments that give one pause, the moments that remind one to be grateful for this beautiful planet. Pamela is currently working through the thousands of images from her year-long project of photographing local vineyards through the seasons which she plans to turn into a book. Typically a fast walker, Pamela’s family has banned her from bringing her camera on family hikes, especially if there is a macro lens attached which is certain to slow her walk to a mere crawl.
The focal plane tells which elements are important, and which aren’t. A well chosen focal plane creates impact, a poorly chosen one introduces confusion.
The beginning of a new year is the perfect time to improve your image management, update settings, and take steps necessary to best protect your work.