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Outdoor Photography Tips For Beginners



In this video, I give you 7 tips for photographing outdoors for beginners. These tips will cover shooting in harsh sunlight, fill flash and WILL improve your photography.
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1. Avoid midday
2. Polarizer Filter
3. Golden Hour
4. Horizon Line
5. ND Filter
6. Spot Metering is key for portraits
7. Sun- rim light

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5 comments
  1. Use low ISO+tripod+remote if you can.
    Use fill flash if you have to (I hate flash)
    Use a lenshood so you don't get flare.
    But I do agree with your tips, nice ones.

  2. Great video!
    Just one Question, when I film outside for a movie I always have a hard time with the lighting. Especially when I doing more than one take. I can fix it in post but then I still get it wrong. Any tips?
    Thank you

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