It is now officially spring, what is better than finally putting on your walking shoes and a warm coat, grabbing your tripod and obviously your camera and getting outside to capture the first moments of spring.
Whether it’s a photo of morning dew, of a newly born lamb or the sunrise it is revitalising to get out into the spring sun and enjoy the fresh air. What better way than to get some experimenting done out in the great outdoors.
Camera tips to remember to get that perfect shot
- Shutter speed – is used to control motion, the faster the shutter speed the fast speed being what you are trying to capture is moving
- If you are taking photos using a long shutter time, remember to use your tripod
- Subject matter/where you shoot from – check that you have the best angle you can get
- Lighting – this is very important, to get the right lighting might mean having to get up early or stay up late, but it will be worth it
- Filters if needed – a great filter for landscapes is polarising lens filter
- Practise – this goes without saying
Don’t forget you can then edit your photos with PortraitPro or LandscapePro