Top Photography Tips
By Harriet Buckingham
Half term is approaching and, like me many of you will be off on a ski trip with family and friends, or perhaps we will have more snow here? Either way there is plenty of fun to be had making magical snowy images. It can be a challenge to capture images in the snow, its cold, you don’t want to drop your camera, it’s time for après…. but here a few things you can try do to make your images more memorable this holiday.
Get up close and personal. Under all that kit sometimes it hard to spot even your own kids!
Use the evening light. Now I love a mountain shot just as much as the next person but sometimes it’s hard to tell one from the other. If you leave your scenic shots till a bit later in the day there are wonderful sunsets and a colour to make your heart burst and a memory linger.
Don’t forget meeeee. When you have finished taking photos of everyone else remember to leave some room on the memory card for you!
Have fun with your camera this half term, whether you are on the slopes or enjoying a family walk at our own beautiful High Elms.