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Title: How to photograph icebergs in the water

TIP: Consider balance and symmetry to improve shot composition. Position subjects or elements evenly within the frame. Use symmetry to create a pleasing and harmonious arrangement. Pay attention to lines and shapes for visual balance. Experiment with framing to achieve symmetrical compositions that draw the viewer's eye.
Camera Settings
• aperture: 6.3 • exposure time: 1/500 • focal length: 18.0 • ISO: 160
Camera And Gear
High-end camera gear can be beneficial, but it's not essential. Here is equipment compatible with SONY ILCE-7M3, that was used for the original photo:
image for Camera Body SONY ILCE-7M3

Camera Body

image for Lens (wide, zoom) SONY SEL1224GM

Lens (wide, zoom)

image for Lens (wide, zoom) SONY SEL1635GM2

Lens (wide, zoom)

From RAW to JPEG
Post-processing is indispensable for transforming raw pixels into captivating, impactful photographs, enriching their storytelling and aesthetic allure. Tools like darktable (open-source) or Lightroom (commercial) facilitate adjustments in brightness, contrast, and color, which enhances visual appeal, corrects imperfections, and enables creative expression while optimizing photos for various outputs such as prints or social media. Post-processing isn't a dark art for pro artists or geeks; it's a vital requirement for every image, regardless of its subject or content.