One of the most interesting subjects in photography is the power of nature, usually represented by the force of the weather. It is such a desired subject because it’s eye-catching, rare, and sometimes hard to capture. As a photographer, you should not avoid the so called bad weather, but, instead, you should follow the clouds and make the best out of every rain, be it a gentle one or a storm. Here are some tips and inspirational bits that will help you obtain great weather pictures.
Tip (7) Are you asking for adrenaline? If you live near stormy lands like Florida, theres much to see and live about the weather. Hurricanes and tornados are like candies for journalist photographers.
All these are known as common snapshots because basically nature does the hard job and the photographer does the easy job. Still its also more than point-and-shot to get the right composition and most of all exposure, and I recommend using a polarization filter to enhance the sky. This snapshooting will still be delightful for human eyes as long as nature continues to be the supreme force over mankind.
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