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Monsoon Photography Tips




Monsoon is a great time to get creative with the camera. Be it a drizzle or a thunder storm, with the right theme, skill and technique, you can create outstanding photos. Here are a few tips to best capture the rainy season on your camera.


1.  Watch out for Reflections

Puddles and wet surfaces can bring out interesting perspectives. Explore different angles to create an interesting image. Look out for puddles that reflect architecture, people, details, from surroundings. You can create a symmetrical composition by capturing the subject as well as its reflection.


2. Use windows creatively

Water droplets on window panes are a great opportunity to be creative. Get someone to pose and create an interesting portrait through raindrops. You can also create abstract images by shooting through the window panes of your moving vehicle.


3. Zoom In
Close-up images may reveal something our eyes miss to see. Zoom in on the details in nature like water droplet on a flower petal, wet grass and textures.


4. Catch the Action 

The downpour creates a sudden change in activity. The hustle-bustle caused due to rains, could give you interesting captures if you are observant. A candid shot of a person running for shelter or a picture of colourful umbrellas, can bring your photograph to life.


5. Capture the Mood 

Rains bring out a gamut of emotions. Be it a little kid who is all smiles on being drenched or the sullen face of a person who has forgotten to get his umbrella, emotions can add beauty to your picture.


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6. Use Light 

Use interesting light to add charm and drama to your photos. By back-lighting the rain, you can clearly capture the movement of rain. Find an interesting light source, like a streetlight to capture interesting colours against the rain.


7. Play with Camera settings

Playing with camera settings will give you amazing photographs. In case you want to freeze the rain drops in your picture, faster shutter speed is the key. Slowing down the shutter speed would help you capture the movement of rain. Increasing your ISO settings is advisable in case the light is dim. Switch over to the manual mode of your camera and experiment with the wide range of options to create a masterpiece.


8. Finally, protect yourself and your equipment

Many of us learn this the hard way. Though rain gives a photographer creative opportunities, it is not  camera friendly. So keep your equipment safe either by waterproofing it or covering it with plastic or an umbrella.



Source | Photojaanic

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