Here are a few tips to help you create beach photos that can be enjoyed by you, your friends, and your whole family:
– The best time to capture beautiful beach panoramas are during the early morning or early evening because the sun is at a low angle, making textures and shadows look better in your photographs. These most opportune times are often called the Golden Hour. For more details on the subject, visit this post: Creating Extraordinary Pictures During Golden Hours.
– Try and make sure the horizon is even and straight during your photo shoot, because the horizon is a dominant interest in a beach photograph. If you do not have the time to straighten the horizon, you can do so during post-processing via editing software (but the cropping will reduce the dimensions of your photo). Read the rest of this entry » .
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