Hey there fellow storm lovers! Today weâ€™re excited to get our first photo tip type video out to you all, todayâ€™s subject is simply â€œFive Tips to Get Good Foregrounds for Storm Shotsâ€.
As with all of our tips (unless otherwise noted) these can be considered universal to photographers and videographers alike!
So what makes a good foreground?
A)Something that balances out and adds intrigue to a scene
B)Something that doesnâ€™t add unnecessary clutter
C)Something that makes the photo better (duh)
We put together this video to give you five tips on how to identify good foregrounds.
00:36 – Isolated Foregrounds.
01:34 – One Thing at a Time
02:14 – Take Your Time
02:40 – Create Balance
03:36 – Some Ideas on Good Foregrounds
Generally speaking, you want to make sure that any foreground elements have at least a couple of these in common:
1)Thereâ€™s only one or two things.
2)It doesnâ€™t look cluttered/distracting
3)It adds to the scene in the sense that it gives a storm place or meaning.
Overall, remember that in framing shots you should take your time and use your feet (if you are able) to create a better overall scene. Donâ€™t just snap and go, give yourself a few extra seconds to think through what you are doing, youâ€™ll think yourself for it later.
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