Flowers

spring flowers

Bring the beauty of buds, blossoms, & flowers inside with beautiful photographs. The best time to capture these shots are about an hour after the sun rises. The light is still soft, the flower petals crisp, and you may find a few drops of dew that add great detail to your photos. Experiment with different shooting angles, focal lengths, depth of field, and compositions.

After the Rain

rainy spring photos

Right after a thunderstorm can be an amazing time to go out and shoot. When conditions are right you have a good chance of seeing rainbows. The reflections in puddles, flowing water and wet roads can all become great subject matter, you just need to look for it. Grab a polarizing filter to help saturate the colors & neutral density filter to cut down on glare.

Spring Portraits

spring portraits

The sunlight in spring can be some of the most desirable for outdoor portraits. Heading outside two hours before sunset will yield warm light and very pleasing skin tones. And always remember, you don’t need to be a working professional to get professional portrait results of your children, family and friends. Using off-camera flashes, reflectors, and white balance cards are easy to set up, easy to use, and give great results!

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