Tips for Outdoor Photography
6 Tips for Outdoor Photography
Here is a great equipment checklist for outdoor photographers from The Adventure Junkies.
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5 – Pack Your Bag Well – The last thing you want your subjects to experience if you’re outside shooting is unpreparedness. Make sure you have an extra set of lenses, batteries, memory cards, and so on in your bag if you need it. You don’t want to have to rush back to your car or house to get what you’ve forgotten.
6 – Check Your Backgrounds – One of our biggest, but often least heard tips for outdoor photography is to be sure to check the background of your photos! You do not want unsightly power lines or signs in the background, nor do you want people milling about, or cars moving behind your subjects. Pick a location where you can either avoid these things or easily edit them out.