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How to shooting when the sun glare or backlight

January 15, 2017

Sunshine is one of the advantages of the summer. Summer is also the right time for picnics, outdoor tour or cruise. A common problem is that people want to take pictures to capture great moments in the season incurring too bright sunlight can lead to many broken photo. The following article will offer 11 tips to help you overcome and capture better pictures in hot weather conditions, sun glare or backlight.

 

Shooting in the shade

 

The simplest way is that you can all be captured or moved into the shade, soft light. This is the fastest method possible for your portrait photography.

 

Self-shading

 

If shooting objects (close-up, landscape, flowers …), create shade for subjects covered by less sunshine or props (though, bounce its light, paperboard …).

 

Using techniques Fill Flash

 

Fill Flash technology is different from the normal shooting is that you use the flash to slide into the shadows instead turned against the sun behind. With this, you can take pictures without fear backlit subject are blurred or darkened.

 

Use the bounce light

 

One other way compensate for backlit photographic cases that were dark shadows in areas that used to bounce light or reflector devices. The reflected light from this instrument will help the dark parts of the subject under the sun is brighter.

 

Change the scene

 

In cases where the subject is not moving, you can move around the subject or another application such as shooting angle from above, taken from the bottom up … This approach helped change the angle of the sun for all as well as the angle, brings special effects to your pictures.

 

Use a lens hood

 

If the camera lens was shining, use wool hood. Without professional lens hood, you can roll back to a cardboard substitute or hand lens cover his ingenuity.

 

Use filters

 

Try using glass or glass Neutral Density filter Polar to reduce or eliminate light reflection. Polar filter reduces light reflection, while reducing light on to your computer with a slower shutter speed, the smaller the aperture. This approach helps the photographer more control to deep-definition images. Filters Polar also gives you greater control over some color, especially when you have a blue sky in your frame.

 

Change the white balance setting

 

Many digital cameras have the ability to select the white balance setting different. Choosing the right white balance setting on the camera will help you have more valuable experience, rather than on the computer image adjustment (RAW) after the snapshot is complete.

 

Light Measurement

 

In strong light conditions, the metering may become more difficult. Select spot metering mode (light metering) on a DSLR camera and choose the main subject of the scene as a point of focus when metering. Also, choose a neutral zone to metering if you want things to get better light. Check images immediately after shooting if you need to adjust the histogram do not last. If you have time take a lot of photos with different exposure portions of the landscape and select the best shots later.

 

Choose an appropriate time for shooting

 

Dawn and dusk are good times to take as the direction of light and color would be appropriate to take pictures rather than the midday sun shines straight crown. If possible, consider the time appropriate photographed, although somewhat cumbersome, but it will save you a lot more time consuming.

 

Shadow-style shooting

 

Please turn sunlight into advantages of the photographs by style Silhouettes shadows contrasted with a bright background. This gives the photos an enjoyable and more stylish majority.

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