Beach holidays these days are really popular and for sure you have tried even once in your life, right? Do you remember everything that happened within the beach holiday or did you took close to a thousand photos to retain all of those things in your head? You need to know that some of those photos you took would be in bad quality and you will only be disappointed. You need to know that taking photos at the beach can be hard since all that light can cause your photo to be shadowy and you would not want that to happen. You need to know that taking photos of your friends and seeing dark shadows on their face can be very frustrating. There are hundreds or even thousands of people having the same problem so do not worry, you are not dubbed as the worst photographer in the world.
You need to know that photography on the beach is trickier because of the bright light of day. You will have a hard time getting decent shots on the beach because of the setting. If you follow the tips listed below, you just might get the right shots for that beach holiday. As simple as these tips may be, once you get the hang of it, your beach photos will surely get better.
1.Using your flash with beach photography is going to be weird but useful. Using your flash in broad day light may sound a little fishy but it is actually what most professional photographers do. This technique used by professionals is called the fill in flash. This is what fills all of those dark shadows you have been taking. You will only see results with fill in flash when you are near the object that you will take a photo of because it will not illuminate too much because of the sun light. The best time to use the fill in flash for your beach photography is when taking a portrait. If you use the bright sky background, you will get an even better portrait. All you have to do is to turn your flash on, focus the lens which is basic and take the shot. That is as easy as it gets. Take a photo on something as what you normally do, just add the flash. As simple as it can be, it can provide awesome outcomes. But if the object turned out to be a little washed out, you can try doing another thing. If you have an external flash, try to turn it down for that shot. You should take a step back or two and then try to take another photo of the subject. This will look more like a photo with a clearer background for sure. Plus the subject’s face should be left with no black shadows and will be well lit. You can also try the fill in flash with your subject wearing a hat. This stops the shadow from the hat covering the wearer’s face.
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