|Not bad for a budget photo on the run.|
- The sun can be great for rim light and back lighting leaves for great effects. BUT be careful- especially if you're not using filters- the sun can suck the saturation out of colors if its too strong, or can cause unpleasant lens flairs that you might not notice until you get back to your computer rendering pictures useless (unless you're luck or can face the artistic angle.)
- Bring a tripod with you. You might want to have a big depth of field to keep most if not all of your image in focus, and this means larger f-stops. Which of course mean you're going to have to be slowing down shutter speeds. If its bright out you might not have such a big problem but when in doubt mount that camera. Don't ruin a great shot with shake cause you were lazy.
- (well 2b.) If you bring a tripod it opens up the option to experiment with HDR. Set that auto exposure bracket and snap away.
|Not bad either.|