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Fotografía de la bola de cristal

Algunas tendencias fotográficas irán y se irán, pero por mucho que sean populares, es importante que te mantengas al tanto de lo que está a la vanguardia en el mundo de la fotografía.
Una de estas tendencias que se ha enfocado (los juegos de palabras para la fotografía son divertidos, ¿no es así?) Es el uso de una bola de cristal para resaltar imágenes vibrantes del sujeto frente a la cámara.
Ya sea que se trate de un paisaje urbano o de un retrato, vale la pena experimentar con una bola de cristal para ver qué tomas únicas puede crear. Aquí hay 5 consejos que pueden llevarte de novato a estrella de rock en el mundo de las fotos de bolas de cristal‍.

Usa una lente macro

Using a macro lens will allow you to focus tightly on the crystal ball itself, rather than having it be just another piece of a widely framed image. While using the crystal ball, your goal is to highlight the way the ball refracts and bends the image, so if you’re not showing a clear focus on the ball, then you’ve missed the mark. The macro lens will allow you to bring out the best from this refracted visual, showcasing every detail that you’d hoped for.

Usa el poder de la reflexión para obtener una imagen vertical

When you take a picture through the “lens” of a crystal ball, the light will refract in such a way that the image will be flipped upside down. This could make for a magnificent shot in itself. But, if you’re looking to have your image facing in its natural direction, you can place the ball in water or possibly on a mirror to reflect the refraction, making the final shot be upright as you intended. To have your crystal ball showcase the unique image in the fish-eyed frame, but in its natural position, find a way to reflect the image by putting a reflective surface between the subject and the crystal ball.

Obtener bokeh con ella

There are a few ways that you can create a bokeh backdrop–one that is soft and blurred, leaving the foreground image in clear focus. This technique is ideal when using the crystal ball in your photos, since it will allow for the ball to be what draws the eyes into the image. The first thing to try is setting your lens to the lowest aperture value available on your camera. Cranking this down to its lowest value will decrease the depth of the field in front of you, leaving just the crystal ball in clear focus.
Secondly, maximize the distance between the subject of the photo and its background. By bringing the subject of the photo–whatever sits behind the crystal ball–closer to you, the depth of the background behind it will get blurrier and blurrier. Give both of these tricks a try and see how amazing the crystal balls image looks as it becomes the star of the photo.

Encuentra un lugar estable para la bola de cristal

You don’t want to try to hit a moving target when capturing a crystal ball photo. The more that it moves, the more the light will bounce and refract around its edges, making for less consistent images. If you can find a stand or a solid resting place where you know it won’t roll away from you, you can focus on what you do best–capturing an amazing shot that your clients will love.

Marca de agua tus imágenes

You don’t want to try to hit a moving target when capturing a crystal ball photo. The more that it moves, the more the light will bounce and refract around its edges, making for less consistent images. If you can find a stand or a solid resting place where you know it won’t roll away from you, you can focus on what you do best–capturing an amazing shot that your clients will love.