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SOURCE: Scott Chernis Photography
Scott Chernis Photography in San Francisco offers several key tips for photographers, including the use of a tripod, flash and the right camera and lens.
San Francisco, CA (PRWEB) October 05, 2012
Scott Chernis Photography is pleased to offer tips for both professional and amateur photographers alike on what it takes to get the right shot the first time around. As any professional photographer will tell you, sometimes all you get is one chance to capture a moment in time. Scott Chernis emphasizes the importance of details such as using the right equipment, getting the lighting right, and even carrying extra batteries when shooting in cold climates.
Chernis has headed his own photography business based out of San Francisco for the past 15 years. During this time, he has photographed several high profile events and subjects, ranging from the Jamaican bobsled team at the 2002 Winter Olympics to President Obama in his native state of Hawaii.
Chernis Photography is offering these tips in an effort to help those new to photography and inspire aspiring photographers. In this age of digital photography, Chernis is quick to point out the importance of some good old-fashioned know-how and common sense when it comes to capturing that ever-elusive perfect shot. Some of the events captured by Chernis over the years, such as the 2010 World Series victory parade, call for knowing how to prepare in advance for getting those shots that people will still be talking about years from now.
Chernis stresses the importance of being prepared. This includes bringing extra batteries, battery packs, memory cards and equipment, such as tripods. Although he warns that bulky equipment does not work in all situations. Chernis is equally adamant when it comes to lighting. While he prefers natural light, he points out that things like knowing when to use the flash and when to take advantage of available light just take time. High ISO settings, for example, are better at events such as concerts, where lighting options are limited. For additional photography tips and further information about Scott Chernis Photography, visit his website at http://www.scottchernis.com.
About the company:
Serving the San Francisco Bay Area, Scott Chernis Photography is a professional photographer specializing in graduation, food, jazz and performance, portraits, and San Francisco event photography. Scott Chernis also provides full service event photography coverage of corporate meetings, conventions, trade shows, awards, presentations and many other events. Scott's work has appeared in numerous magazines, advertisements, and websites around the globe. Scott Chernis Photography is committed to creating unique and high quality images for each and every client.
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