Spring Photography ideas and tips

In this tutorial we’re going to photograph the delights of Spring and I’ll be giving you some ideas for photos that you may not have thought of. The kind of insight you only get when you’ve been doing spring photography for years! I’ll also be giving you my tips and sharing the best settings for photographing spring. And as a bonus, I’m going to get the drone out!


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Spring Photography Ideas

Below are the photos taken in the video with the settings used to get you inspired this spring. If this tutorial does inspire you to take good shots, we’d love to see them. Simply #theschoolofphotography on social media so we can see them, and who knows we may share them for you 😊.

f5.6 - 1/80th second - ISO 200 - Aperture priority mode

f5.6 - 1/80th second - ISO 200 - Aperture priority mode

f2.8 - 1/250th second - ISO 200 - Aperture priority mode

f2.8 - 1/250th second - ISO 200 - Aperture priority mode

f2.8 - 1/200 - ISO 200 - Aperture priority mode

f2.8 - 1/200 - ISO 200 - Aperture priority mode


f2.8 - 1/250th second - ISO 200 - Aperture priority mode

f2.8 - 1/250th second - ISO 200 - Aperture priority mode

f2.8 - 1/4000th second - ISO 200 - Aperture priority mode

f2.8 - 1/4000th second - ISO 200 - Aperture priority mode


f2.8 - 1/160th second - ISO 100

f2.8 - 1/160th second - ISO 100

f2.8 - 1/3200th second - ISO 100

f2.8 - 1/3200th second - ISO 100


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