It’s spring in the Northern Hemisphere – finally! So it’s time to dust off your camera and get out and do some spring photography. As you get going for the season, here are 7 tips to help you improve your images and take better photos.
The seven tips for better spring photography
- Add some “flare” to your images (a sun flare that is)
- Get closer and narrow in on one subject.
- Watch the background.
- Look for the light.
- Get down low.
- Try something new and different.
- Get up early or shoot until late.
Now let’s delve into each one a bit deeper.
#1 – Add some flare to your images
In this case, I mean literally.
Usually, you don’t want to have any flare in your images, but adding a sun flare intentionally can add a nice mood to your image. It can help make it feel light, airy and bright – like spring.
I wrote some tips on how to do this here: How to Create Sun Flares for Effect In-Camera