Sunday, January 28, 2007
Do you like to look at dead animals? Dead chickens for instance? They make good eating. Hmmm! :-) In many countries you will find chickens, pigs, goats, and many other animals in the markets. These dead chickens are in a market in Chiang-Mai, Thailand early in the morning. The markets in most countries are a wonderful place for taking photos. They are often crowded, full of many strange sights and sounds, and you can wander around the large ones for hours.
It is often best to get there early in the morning when most of the activity is going on. Usually a wide to normal focal length lens is most useful and since you normally don't want to use flash you will usually need to use ISO 400 or higher and sometimes a fairly fast lens, at least f4, but f2.8 or faster is often better.
Posted by Henry Richardson at 9:26 AM