Snowboarding Photography - Exposure with Film Photography


If you're having a great day out on the slopes, then like many others, you probably want to catch some of your finest moments on film. If you are venturing into this quest, here is something to consider. Film Exposure Another terrible problem that you might encounter when taking pictures is film exposure. Most often than not, your camera is dealing with too much light. The snow is bright. The sky is bright. Both these elements appear nicely on your film but when you take a picture of your subject, he becomes a dark silhouette. To remedy this problem, you can use a light filter to control the light of the background as well as the subject. This will place light on where you want it to be. You should also you fill flash, this way you will avoid having dark silhouettes on your subject. You may also encounter having bluish colored pictures especially when you are in a high altitude and surrounded with snow. A good solution to these problems is using a UV filter. It will lessen the blue light. This is very useful when you are taking snowboarding pictures at higher altitudes. Considering these factors will help you come up with great snowboarding photos. Invest on your camera. Add devices that will help you immortalize the perfect moment on your film.

 


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