The sun produces shadows (of course), which creates depth and contrast, and there is the normal rule of shooting with your back to the sun thus lighting up your subject. However, there is another trick and this is the real kicker!
It’s all about telling the story and providing the viewer with a window to what you are seeing. By including more landscape in your ski and snowboard photography you can portray the epicness and grandeur of the action in all its glory. Getting better at landscape photography or to be more precise, looking at the landscape in terms of composition, line and form is going to give your ski and snowboard photography the x-factor.
Growing as a photographer can mean learning alternative skills that have a greater impact on your original interest. I have found portrait photography to not only be exciting and fun, but, the studio work involving creating my own lighting arrangements etc. have benefited my action photography on an unimaginable scale.
So you have figured out how your camera works. You’re creating a good composition, exposure is correct. By all means, you’re creating great photos, But, something is missing. INSPIRATION for that next level photo shoot.
If you're ready to take your photography to the next level, you might want to invest in quality gloves that are both functional and warm. So, what makes the perfect photography glove? This is what we found to be the most important features of great photography gloves and what we would recommend you to look for.
If you are anything like me, then you are constantly looking for another piece of photography gear to add to your camera bag, but will having the latest and greatest gear make you a better photographer?