Gra ph mar kets

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Seek out mar­kets when­ever you can! You will be re­warded with piles of pro­duce and por­traits of traders. Most mar­kets start early in the morn­ing, so you should too. If you are shoot­ing pro­duce, a low an­gle can show the rest of the mar­ket in the back­ground for con­text. In­door mar­kets can have low light lev­els, so bump up the ISO. Out­door mar­kets can suf­fer from high con­trast, as traders will of­ten avoid the sun by hunker­ing un­der um­brel­las. Deal with high con­trast through com­po­si­tion: crop in to iso­late the area of light or the area of shadow, de­pend­ing on which is the most sig­nif­i­cant.

EX­PO­SURE 1/500 sec, f/6.3, ISO100

LENS Nikon AF-S DX 12-24mm f/4

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