Autumn Photography Tips

Autumn or fall is the best time of the year to capture different colors in a photo. The number of shades of the same color you get in fall you will not get in any other season. So do not wait and waste time but grab your camera and start shooting. Keep in mind the following tips and your day will be made.

Fall photo in Twilight

Photograph during early hours and evening – Twilight and Sunset are the best time to unravel the colors in a different way. Fall photography in twilight really gives amazing photos. You can see the array of colors in the picture above. You will never get so many colors other than twilight.

Late Afternoon Fall

A very good tip is photograph outdoors in fall when your shadow is longer than your actual height. This is late afternoon when the light is best for capturing the light and shade.

Fall Overcast Photo

The mistake people do is that they will not go out to take a photo when it is overcast. I have shot some amazing photos in overcast conditions.


Always use a tripod while shooting in fall. This is the time when light changes very quickly. A steady tripod helps to shoot photos which are always better.

Go ahead and make this autumn/fall your own by capturing moments which you can cherish later.Here is one video to guide you.


Winter Photography

Winter Photography Tips

Winter with the snowflakes is a good a time to shoot amazing photos. Whether you own a DSLR camera or a simple automatic point and shoot there is scope for everybody. Some planning needs to be done regarding the day and the equipments for a day with great photos.

  • Plan the hours – In winters the days are shorter. Late sunrise and early sunset means less number of hours with natural light for photography. So proper planning of locations will help you get more out of a day. Mind it the landscapes you can capture in Winter are the best.
  • Caring for equipment – Different equipment require different care in Winters. For instance the Camera needs to be cold at the temperature you will be shooting to avoid fogging of lenses. The batteries should be kept warm inside your coat pocket to avoid draining quickly.
  • RAW Format of shoot – The best results that you will get is in the RAW format of shoot.This will help in easy editing after the shoot.
  • Using Manual Mode of the Camera – Use the manual mode to capture the bright snow which reflects light. Auto mode will give darker pictures.
  • Add color to photos – Winter is a black and white season and when you take the pictures remember to add color.

Sunrise Photography Tips

Amazing Sunrise Photo

Sunrise is the perfect time to take a click. There is the need to jump ahead of the sleep schedule and rush for the spot but believe me it is worth the pain. Generally people dismiss it saying sunrise and sunset look the same. Sunrise photography is the most under-rated. If you analyze it sunrise photos are different from sunsets and are breathtaking. Here are some great ways to take a photo like a professional when the sun is rising. I will today tell you some secrets.

  • Check your camera and battery – Unlike sunsets when you are up and running, sunrise is the time when you will forget things. What if you forget your batteries and bring the camera or vice versa. It will be a day wasted, so check it. It might sound obvious but still..
  • Carry 24-70 Lenses – These lenses are small aperture lenses and are perfect for sunrise photos.
  • Check the camera settings – This is the most important part. (1)Keep the shutter speed to 20 seconds as morning light is diffused and soft (2) keep low ISO. 100 will do as it will give the range of colors in the rising sun.(3) White balance should be “Shade” to keep the sunrise golden.(4) Picture format should be “Raw” to keep it open to all kinds of editing.
  • Shoot for 30 minutes – From the first rays to full on sunrise the span is roughly 30 minutes. Keep clicking all the time. You do not have to worry about space with modern cameras.

6 Useful Tips for Photography in Low Light

Low light is mainly (1) Light in the shade area during the day – Things are visible (2) Light during Sunset – It is still visible but indoors become dark and (3) When there is little or no light at night. Our eyes adjust according to the light, so an area which might look bright to us may be dark for the camera.



Blurred photo in Low Light

This is what happens to an image if the light is not enough. Not much color and the nagging blur. How to get rid of such problems? Well here are few good to know tricks.

  • Switch to manual – Most of the automatic camera will shoot blurred photos. They also make us careless. When you are in manual mode you can adjust exposure and take a picture which is good. It also lets you learn more about art of photography.
  • Shoot opposite to light – Whatever little light is there, find out the source. Photographs taken opposite to the light source always turn out best.
  • Keep Still – Keeping still is most essential in low light. A slight movement can change the light conditions.
  • Use shadows – In low light shadows become longer. You can shoot a classy picture using the shadows.
  • Take multiple photos – Light conditions are always dwindling so take multiple shots.
  • Use flash – Use the old method by using flash to assist you. It really helps.
  • Get a faster lens – Investing in a lens with the maximum speed. You will feel the difference the most in low light conditions.

Good Photo Low Light

See what good tips and a great lens can do to a photo.