Last week I wrapped up my five part series which included tips on capturing your best ever running pictures…
This week, for ease of keeping my five posts in the series about capturing your best ever running pictures together in one tidy little place, I created this summary post.
- Six Camera Angles For Taking For Taking Interesting Running Photos
- Fourteen Tips For Using Interesting Backgrounds When Taking Running Photo
- Four Tips For Creating Colorful Running Pictures
- Five Tips For Brightening Up Your Running Pictures
- Five Photo Editing Techniques That Make Your Running Pictures Stand Out
Hopefully, the tips in this series have been helpful and you’re well on your way to capturing great running pictures. You’ve learned to look at the entire image you’re about to capture, not just the subject; and to look at the subject from interesting angles. You’re now on the lookout for natural ways to brighten your pictures and use color to make your pictures stand out. And finally, if the image needs a little tweaking, you learned to crop, straighten, enhance, and position your picture like a pro.
No matter what your camera of choice happens to be, you can follow these tips for capturing your best ever running pictures. For the majority of my running pictures, I use my GoPro and its accessaries; however, I do occasionally use my iPhone or little Canon camera…
- GoPro Hero 6 (affiliate link)
- remote control (affiliate link)
- Miggo Splat tripod (affiliate link)
- folding selfie stick/tripod (affiliate link)
- Canon Power Shot Elph (affiliate link)
- What’s your best piece of advice for taking running pictures?
- What was the most valuable piece of advice you took away from this series?
- Do you use the camera on your phone or a designated camera for taking most of your pictures?
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