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  1. taking feet and photos off the beaten path since 2016. OFFBEAT hosts photography workshops in Canada and abroad with some of the world’s leading photo educators, and an online photo community to help you expand in your craft and creativity.

  2. Co-founded in 2016 by acclaimed Canadian photographers, Paul Zizka and Dave Brosha, OFFBEAT was created to help photographers—of all genres and levels of experience—grow in their craft and achieve their artistic and personal goals. At OFFBEAT, ego is left at the doorstep.

  3. 2024年4月23日 · Composition. Photographing from low is great when you’re playing with compositional elements such as reflections, leading lines and shadows. A puddle on a busy city street can provide you with an interesting reflection if photographed from down low, and a road can provide great leading lines into your subject from a low angle as well.

  4. 2021年9月3日 · 10 Tips for Taking Photos from Airplanes. 1. Open Up. Set your camera to aperture priority and shoot wide open. This will reduce your depth of field and the chance that your device picks up unwanted window impurities. Shooting wide open will also increase your shutter speed, allowing for sharper images.

  5. From coast to coast, and up North too, OFFBEAT hosts photography workshops in some of Canada’s most scenic places. From stormy shores to auroras and the nation’s iconic fall colours, you’ll find subjects that are sure to push your creativity to new places.

  6. 2024年3月9日 · Photo by Sara Kempner. Using a tripod can help you if you’re wanting to utilize a slower shutter speed, or if you’re using a longer lens and are having trouble holding it steady in the wind. -Use your heaviest, sturdiest tripod.

  7. 2023年3月27日 · Composition. There are many different ways to compositionally draw the eye. The most popular, which I’m sure you’ve already heard of is the rule of thirds. Beyond that, a couple of my favourites are leading lines and framing. Leading lines will pull you into the image and lead you to where the artist wants you to look.