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Quick Camera Tip: SUMMER PHOTOGRAPHY TIPS

It is Summer, the weather is nice and warm (and possibly hot!), the daylight lasts longer, and there are plenty of opportunities for taking photos. I decided to share Summer Photography Tips here, and using these tips can improve the pictures.

You must compose the photo whether you use a DSLR, Mirrorless, Point and Shoot, or Smart Phones. Many times a simple change in composition has a significant effect on the pictures.

In this post for Summer Photography Tips, I am going to share some secrets on successful photography. Stay tuned for more tips and Please send your questions to us, and we will be more than happy to answer them. Follow us on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter for more Free Tutorials and Tips.

Summer Photography Tips Part 1

Improve the Exposure

Always Check the Exposure!

Checking Exposure is one of the essential Summer Photography Tips:

If you shoot in any of the Semi-Automatic modes (Shutter priority or Aperture priority), always check the camera warnings regarding the exposure. In the summertime, the daylight can get very strong, and it can cause over-exposed images.

If you are a manual shooter, you don’t need this problem. Another good reason for learning Manual shooting!

Over Exposed image

In Semi Automatic exposure mode, camera over exposed this photos
In Semi Automatic exposure mode, camera over exposed this photos

Correct Exposure

By adjusting the exposure, you can avoid over/under exposed photos
By adjusting the exposure, you can avoid over/under exposed photos

Use Aperture Settings to Narrate a Story.

One of the roles of Aperture is controlling the Depth Of Field. Select the correct Aperture to create a Shallow or wide Depth Of Field to tell the story.

Shallow Depth Of Field

Low f-stop creates a Shallow Depth Of Field, which help you to enhance your subject in the photo.
Low f-stop creates a Shallow Depth Of Field, which help you to enhance your subject in the photo.

Wide Depth Of Field

Higher f number results wider Depth Of Field, when you want to show the whole scene to the viewers
Higher f number results wider Depth Of Field, when you want to show the whole scene to the viewers

Use Faster Shutter Speed

Take advantage of bright daylight and shoot with faster shutter speed to freeze the action. Summer daylight is perfect for shooting at 1/4000s and capture amazing images of wildlife.

Fast Shutter Speed

Fast Shutter Speed (1/3000s) allowed me to freeze the movement of the bee.
Fast Shutter Speed (1/3000s) allowed me to freeze the movement of the bee.

That is all for now. We love to hear from you. Please send your questions to us, and we will be more than happy to answer them. Follow us on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter for more Free Tutorials and Tips.

Ted and the Omnilargess Team

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