Most of us love summer months and the memories that remain after them. During the summer we take many pictures to remind us of our experience. We from Luna park Sunny Beach will give you some tips on improving your summer photos. Don’t forget to take some selfies at our exciting attractions!
Use natural light
In most cases photographs taken in artificial light or using the flashlight sharpen the face and body features. In order to avoid this, try to shoot in places with natural light. The best option is to take pictures when there are clouds in front of the sun, because clouds spread the light, resulting in even illumination without harsh shadows and features. An appropriate time for photographs is also the time around sunrise and sunset when the sun does not shine so brightly. At these times you will both get the perfect light and the golden colour of sunrise and sunset will give your summer photos the necessary pinch of beauty.
Use the grid lines when taking summer photos
Each photo camera or phone camera has an option of enabling the grid lines on the display. Use the grid lines to arrange the objects of your photo by using the Rule of Thirds. If you are not familiar with the rule, it is applied as follows: Divide your image horizontally and vertically using 3 lines equally spaced apart. It would be a good idea if you place the main object of the photo where the vertical and horizontal lines cross.
It is particularly appropriate for close-up portraits to make sure that the eyes of the model are positioned in the places where the lines cross one another in the top left and top right of the picture. This technique makes your pictures better because usually the eyes of a person are directed first to these edges of the photo, and if the important thing in the photo is there, it makes a stronger impression. If you use the grid line mode of your phone or photo camera, these lines will appear on the display and there will be no need to imagine them. A great impression is made by pictures in which there is a large main object perfectly centered, such as some architectural landmark.
Shoot from different angles
We are surrounded by beautiful things if we look at them from the right angle. Look around and find the scene that most people would miss. Among us there are many possibilities for taking photos if we use our imagination. Even a bench bolt may look interesting as long as it is shot from the right angle.
Don’t be afraid of bad weather
Even if it is raining, don’t feel disappointed, there are pictures outside waiting to be taken. If it is raining you can use the raindrops on a window as an element of your photo. If you focus on the rain drops the background will remain blurry, and if there is a colorful object against your window, your photo will turn out even better.
Use the opportunities which remain after the rain. Look around for puddles along the street and use the reflection they create. In this way you can take interesting and non-standard pictures.
Use waterproof case
There are many opportunities for spectacular summer photos under the sea waves. If you own a waterproof camera or a case that protects your phone, you can shoot a variety of sea creatures, or you can make selfies underwater to remind you of the wonderful experiences you’ve had there. Experiment with photos that cover the world both above and under the water to take a truly unique picture.
The possibilities for good pictures are everywhere around us as long as we try to see them. Take some time and look carefully at the place you want to shoot. Find the perfect angle and the appropriate light and take the picture. As a result, when you look at your photos, you will feel grateful for yourself for the time you spared.