Tuesday, 29 March 2016
How To Take Bright Photos | Photography 3/3
Hey! We know we haven't updated the photography series in a few weeks, sorry about that. This is the final installment, with tips for how to take brighter photos. Hope you like this post!
TAKE ADVANTAGE OF NATURAL LIGHTING
Natural lighting is your best friend when trying to take bright, airy photos. Now that the days are getting longer, there is a lot more opportunity to take advantage of the sunlight! Natural lighting prevents the warm tint that lightbulbs can give and makes the picture look more natural
SHOOT NEAR A WINDOW
Windows obviously give more light into the room, so if you shoot your photos right next to one, more light will be on your photo setup. Be careful about getting shadows though!
We did a whole post about editing in the first part of this small series, so we won't go into too much detail. However adjusting the brightness, even if it is slightly, can give a massive improvement to your photo.
KNOW YOUR CAMERA
Whether its a fancy DSLR you use or just your phone - it is essential to know your camera. Have you got the right ISO setting on? Is it focused? Camera guides and the internet can help you figure out how to get the most out of your camera.
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