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8 Adventure Photography Tips That'll Make You Go #Viral

Posted by Desiree Ras on
8 Adventure Photography Tips That'll Make You Go #Viral
One of the most enjoyable aspects of adventuring is being able to record your adventures through photographs and videos. There will undoubtedly be moments that will make your buddies back home envious, whether you're climbing a mountain or kayaking down a river.
However, getting those perfect images and videos can be difficult if you don't know what you're doing. That's where this guide comes in. In it, we'll cover everything from how to choose the right gear to how to edit your photos and videos.

1. Shoot what you love

When you're passionate about something, it's contagious. That's why it's so important to shoot what you love. If you're bored with your work, it will show in your photos. People can sense when you don't care about what you're doing, which will reflect in your pics.
Find something that excites you and shoot as much as you can. The more you shoot, the better you will get. So remember, practice makes perfect!

2. Shoot during golden hour

The last hour before sunset or the first hour of sunrise is every photographer's favorite part of the day. Golden hour, or magic hour, produces the perfect light to capture phenomenal photographs. Mainly because it is hard to over or underexpose parts of your frame with the golden hue it creates; this is because the light is very even, softer, warmer, and tends to be more directional than other times of the day.
Although it's a short timeframe and easy to miss, most photographers plan their shoots intentionally to take advantage of the beautiful golden hour glow.

3. Use a tripod

Using a tripod will keep your images steady and prevent them from becoming blurry. A tripod is a game-changer for capturing more detailed, crisper photographs, even in low-light situations.
It's not the end of the world if you don't have a tripod; you may rest your camera on a sturdy surface or use a selfie stick instead. Keep your camera as motionless as possible to avoid fuzzy images and videos.

4. Shoot in RAW format

RAW images are unprocessed and contain the most info for editing. Shooting with RAW provides you more control over your photos in post-production, allowing you to make adjustments that you couldn't accomplish with a JPEG.
RAW files take considerably more space on your memory card; therefore, they're not suitable for all situations. On the other hand, shoot in RAW if you want the most versatility with your photos.

5. Edit photos like a pro

Editing images like a pro may be simple with the correct tools and practice. Use the appropriate equipment for the job. There is a variety of free and premium photo editing software accessible. Select the ones that are most appropriate for your requirements and learning style.
Don't get overwhelmed; start with the fundamentals and master them before progressing to more sophisticated techniques. Don't try to take on too much at once. Practice, practice, and practice some more. You will improve your editing skills as you edit more photographs.

6. Upgrade your gear

If you're serious about taking your photography to the next level, you need to upgrade your camera gear. This doesn't mean spending a fortune on the newest and most expensive equipment.
It simply means investing in pieces of gear that will help you take better photos. One of the essential pieces of equipment for any adventure photographer is a good lens. A decent lens is one of the most critical pieces of equipment for every photographer. With a good lens, you'll be able to capture breathtaking pics with a lot of detail and clarity.

7. Discover a novel viewpoint

When it comes to finding beautiful destinations to go on adventures, Instagram is a fantastic source of inspiration. Still, there are so many photographs on the platform that it's becoming monotonous.
All photographers are now faced with finding a new perspective for a site or activity photographed a million times. Try to come up with your own distinct angle by being creative. Don't just copy what you've seen before.

 8. Use leading lines

In a photograph, leading lines are lines that bring the viewer's attention to the subject. Natural features such as roads and rivers and artificial structures such as houses and fences can be used to make them. Leading lines can provide depth and perspective to a photograph and make it more appealing to the eye. 

Final Thoughts

Adventure photography is all about capturing the moment and freezing it in time. To help you get the perfect shot, we've put together eight tips that will help you take your photography skills to the next level. With a little bit of practice and the right gear, you'll be able to capture the beauty of the great outdoors like a pro. Suppose you're looking for a way to make your outdoor photos even more stunning; check out our line of outdoor loungers - designed to achieve maximum chill (and totally perfect relaxing-in-the-great-outdoors photos).

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