4 Tips for Thanksgiving Pictures
Thanksgiving is so important that people will go to great lengths to preserve the memories of such a sacred, traditional holiday by taking Thanksgiving pictures. However, with so much going on, the tumult of Thanksgiving celebrations might make it difficult to capture all of the joy and laughter. How can an amateur photographer take Thanksgiving pictures during the celebration without too much difficulty?
1. Be on the Lookout
You never know when a great moment might transpire, so keep your camera handy at all times, especially when the guests begin to gather. Take photos of every guest, so you can document your Thanksgiving experience accurately.
2. Take Multiple Shots
One more shot might mean the difference between perfection and a badly timed photo. Try to get your Thanksgiving pictures from every possible angle.
3. Keep the Picture Tight
Don’t aspire for wide, massive shots that try to capture as many people in the photo. There are times when you have to get real close to see the faces of your models, and you should always ask nicely for them to smile for the camera. Not only does this empower the emotion of the photo, it reduces your editing time.
4. Shoot Against the Light
Avoid photos facing bright light, such as sunlight. This causes glare and might hide people and whatever purpose you had for taking Thanksgiving pictures. Try to take photographs with your guests facing a good and not too strong light source, so you can see more detail in your photo without making them go blind.