Watch the NFL’s Fall Photography Tips: It’s All About Fashion and Style
The Fall season is upon us.
Now is a perfect time to take a look at some of the fall photography tips you need to know.
There are some things to keep in mind when shooting photos during the fall season, and they are:• Photos need to be shot from above and below.
You can’t get the best shots from the ground up.
The best photos should come from above, not below.• There is a tendency for the subject to look a bit different in the fall.
It’s OK to take some of that contrast out, but it’s best to stay within the guidelines.• Always take shots of something moving.
If you are standing in front of a camera, don’t get in the way of the subject.
It will look unnatural.• Never stand on the street corners.
That will give your subject a sense of being in a crowded space.• Keep your distance when shooting outdoors, especially if you have to stand out in the elements.
When shooting outdoors with a tripod, keep your camera’s focal length from being too close to your subject.• Use a shutter speed of 1/250th of a second.
This will help to minimize blur when you’re taking a photo.• Remember to take as many pictures as you can.
You might think you have the time to photograph every single thing that’s going on in the world, but the truth is, you probably have a lot of free time and don’t want to waste it on photos that are not capturing the essence of your moment.