Enjoy 10 summer photography tutorials, which cover everything under the sun. From concerts and fireworks to underwater portraits and amusement rides, these guides cover camera settings, the best lenses, valuable shooting tricks, and more. We hope these tutorials inspire you to get out there and capture great imagery during this Independence Day holiday and throughout the summer!
Learn how to photography fireworks so that your Fourth of July (or any other fireworks-worthy celebration) is memorable. See also 8 Beginner Tips for Photographing Fireworks.
Ideas for capturing the 4th aside from just fireworks!
There are few places on Earth that allow you to use the full feature set of your camera skills and most people don’t think that place would be the grand old American amusement park! Kris Rowberry of Great American Thrills shows you how to get spectacular shots while having fun at the same time in his Top Ten Tips for Amusement Park Photography.
Find out why the golden hour is the ideal time for taking photos.
Get inspired to experiment with subject-to-camera distances and long lenses to get the appearance of “compression”. Experiment with “giant sun” sunsets. See also The Sun: A Photographer’s Ultimate Lighting Source.
Shooting in the middle of the day is a photography no-no but sometimes, especially when traveling, you have no choice but to make the most of the harsh light. Here are 6 methods for getting better images in the heat of summer.
Here’s a list of tips that will help you make images you’re proud to share with your friends and family – images that tell the story of your event rather than just being snapshots of it.
There is something special about finding a spot that can only be reached by foot. Here are 3 low-traffic, hikeable peaks to explore for unique landscape photography.
We consulted with BorrowLenses’ own resident concert photographers for their tips and tricks on how to shoot concert photography. Learn more about the equipment they use, how to get the best shot possible, and more.
What you need to know about shooting in National Parks, including what gear to bring, composing your shots, travel tips, and the best time of year to go.
Explore your world near and far with your camera in tow this summer! Need something special for vacation? Rent a camera or lens and have it delivered right to your door with a return label ready to go in the box for when you’re back.
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