Holiday Photography TipsPosted on September 29th, 2012
With the holidays approaching fast, this is the perfect time to gather friends and family and to take photographs to cherish forever. Just like any other photograph there are certain creative elements that are suggested to add a certain element to your photographs. The following are tips recommended to help step away from the normal photograph.
- Location is everything. Most photographs will be taken inside due to weather, but if you have the opportunity, bundle up and take it outside. If you are given the pleasure of fresh snow, try to gather the family for fun filled portraits outdoors. Make sure you are aware of the reflections that may be coming off of the snow from the sun. Experiment with different angles and turn off your flash to avoid over exposer and unpleasant shadowing.
- If you choose to take photographs indoors, it is best to try to use minimal flash and allow the lighting of the Christmas tree lights as well as candles to add the lighting. If a flash is needed, be aware of the other lights to prevent overexposure.
- Experiment with aspects of the holidays. A good view that some photographers have tried is to lay under the tree and too shoot from below. It can be a beautiful image and very creative.
- When capturing individuals, focus on the eyes. If your camera offers the option, make sure your red eye feature is on. Children are the best to photograph as they tend to be the happiest during the holidays.
- Do not delete just yet. Wait till after the event is over then return to you computer where you can view the photographs the way they are intended to be seen. Remember that photographs don’t look the same on your camera screen as it does on your computer screen.
Have fun and enjoy the holidays and be sure and stop in at http://www.42photo.com. This is a good time to step out of your normal comfort zone and step into the creative side.
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