June 27, 2019
/ by Kim Garrison
See the original post on Beyond Bylines.
No matter how closely a photographer follows the weather report, they know it can change in an instant, potentially throwing a wrench into outdoor photography plans.
But being prepared for any type of weather allows photographers to continue taking pictures outdoors and actually make the weather work with, not against, them.
We have a few tips to help you plan for whatever mother nature throws at you, whether it be rain, snow, or heat.
Come prepared for any type of weather by keeping your camera safe from the elements and in the bag for as long as possible.
When photographing people, you’ll need to keep everyone comfortable in order to get a good shot, so come prepared with items to help keep everyone happy and focused on the photo shoot. It also will help to take breaks indoors when possible to avoid wearing them out.
While it may not seem like ideal conditions, these situations can help create a unique take on a standard landscape shot.
While these are generally safe situations, be sure to avoid dangerous weather conditions and keep a close eye on the forecast for anything extreme.
When in doubt, stay inside and use flash or natural light from a window.
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