Five Hot Tips for your Summer Photography
The summer is on its way and if you are partial to a bit of photography during those months then we have five hot tips to help your summer look like the best ever!
1. Light is everything
There’s a period of time one hour after the sun rises and one hour before the sun sets that photographers call the “Golden Hour“. This Golden Hour is generally the best time to take your images as the sun is low in the sky and the light is soft which helps to produce warm vivid colours.
A lot of photographers choose to avoid lens flare. However, you can use this to good effect if you think more creatively. Including Flare into your pictures can add greater depth and will also give a greater sense of the summer conditions you find yourself in.
Having an abundance of summer light around will enable you to look for interesting shapes and figures to use as silhouettes. Almost any subject can be turned into a silhouette but some silhouettes will be stronger than others.
If you are using a DSLR you will have the option of changing lenses to give you a different perspective. Think about using a longer focal length when you ordinarily would use a standard size lens, this will compress the scene and bring your subjects closer to you.
Or perhaps a wide angle would give you wholly different perspective!
5. Black and White
When you think of summer photography most people imagine beautifully colourful photos. However, why not zig when everyone zags and shoot your summer in black and white. Let your images stand out from the crowd!
OK……Six Hot Tips for your Summer Photography