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Camera House : Better Pictures 11
as much of the work done in-camera so your workflow is smooth; however with today’s post- production, small mistakes in exposure can be easily corrected in Photoshop later. So how important is preparation? “I would say that you create your own luck,” says Collins. “A little bit of knowledge on what surf spots work in what conditions is a good start. Knowing your gear helps a lot.” His best advice to the mums and dads of Australia who have recently purchased a tough camera and want to capture their kids’ antics is to spend time learning their gear. Don’t just open the box and expect to get a great shot. “Also, have fun with it! That’s a massively important thing. As you progress and learn from mistakes you’ll notice the ‘great shots’ becoming more and more regular.” See more of Ray’s work at raycollinsphoto.com ■ • NikoN D4 • NikoN D800 • NikkoR 16mm fisheye • NikkoR 14-24mm • NikkoR 50mm • NikkoR 85mm • NikkoR 70-200mm • NikkoR 200-400mm • NikoN sB910 speeDlight • AquAtech housiNgs AND poRts. InsIde ray’s bag PIcture 5 PIcture 4 28 feAtuRe waterworks 026_Bpics11_Underwater_v2.indd 28 27/11/12 2:47 PM
Better Pictures 10
Better Pictures 12