The five techniques we’ll be going over are:
⁃ Rule of Thirds: Dividing your image into three horizontal and vertical sections in order to take photos that are most pleasing to the eye
⁃ Depth of Field: Using aperture and special objects to capture dynamic photos in places where it would be a lot more difficult
⁃ Leading Lines: Most commonly used in architecture or built environments, we make this possible in nature buy finding lines that make your subject stand out
⁃ Long Exposure: Despite all of the highly reflective snow, you can still use long exposure during the day to capture nature in motion
⁃ Aerial Photography: If you have the opportunity or the means, this can add very unique photos to your portfolio just to get a different perspective
Here are some great works by ALEN PALANDER to illustrate the above Techniques for Outdoor Photography:
To take breath-taking shots like the ones above, you a good camera gear and awesome editing skills. I am going to list down some of the best camera gears that i have also used myself to do my vlogs.
Here’s the best pocket friendly camera’s in the market:
- Canon EOS Rebel T6i SLR Camera 18-55mm f/3.5-5.6 Lens Deluxe Bundle
- Canon EF 75-300mm f/4-5.6 III Telephoto Zoom Lens for Canon SLR Cameras
- Nikon D3400 DSLR Camera
There you have it folks.
Nothing should stop you now from taking outdoor photography to the next most amazing level.