Summer is finally here
Summer is finally here! Let’s celebrate the sun
Summer is finally here and it’s the perfect time to celebrate the sun. Whether you’re at the beach, park, or just hanging out in your backyard, there’s always something to do in the sunshine. Take a dip in the pool, go for a bike ride, or have a picnic with friends and family.
Don’t forget to capture these moments with your camera. The sun provides plenty of natural light for your photos, making them bright and colourful.
How to make the most of your summer days with your camera
Summer is the perfect time to experiment with your camera. Take advantage of the bright and colourful scenery by trying out different angles and compositions. You can play with the aperture and shutter speed to create unique effects. You can also experiment with different lenses to capture landscapes, portraits, and action shots. Don’t be afraid to get creative, and remember that the more you practice, the better you’ll get.
Use your camera anytime you can!
Don’t wait for a special occasion to use your camera. Take it with you wherever you go, and snap photos of anything that catches your eye. Whether it’s a colourful sunset, a blooming flower, or a funny sign, there’s always something worth capturing. Remember, the best camera is the one that’s always with you.
Summer is the perfect time to unwind, have fun, and capture memories with your camera. Whether you’re at home or on vacation, make the most of your summer days by celebrating the sun, experimenting with your camera, and taking photos whenever you can. With these tips in mind, you’ll be sure to have a summer filled with fun and unforgettable memories.
In my previous post, I wished you all a happy photographing so take your chance while you can 😉
Summer is finally here so make it worth it.
In my previous post, I mentioned that I ordered a Drone with a 4K camera.
Well, it was no success as it had some flaws.
I tried it in the living room (not a good thing to do) and it mowed some plants of mine.
I attempted to fly it again in the garden but for some reason, it had a mind of its own.
With a hard turn to the right, it flew straight into the hedge, all the way up.
After I tried it again it banked hard to the left and went straight into the hedge on the other side of the garden. (oops)
You can imagine that it was not worth the money so I’d send it back and received a refund.
End of the drone story. (for now)