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Beach Photography Tutorials For The Bank Holiday Weekend

Beach Photography Tutorials For The Bank Holiday Weekend - At the coast this long weekend? Have a read of our top beach photography techniques.

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The coast is a popular destination for many during Bank Holiday weekends so for those of you who are heading off on a day trip (or who may already be there for a long weekend), we've got 5 top tutorials all about beach photography which should come in handy when you're down by the sea. 

Beach - Eire
Photo by David Clapp - www.davidclapp.co.uk

1. How To Improve Your Beach Photos

Find out what gear's recommended for a trip to the coast as well as what there is to capture once you are there. 

Pebble

Photo by David Clapp - www.davidclapp.co.uk

2. Beachcomb Photography Tips

When the tide's headed back out, take a slow walk along the water's edge and see what interesting objects there are to photograph. Beachcomb photography is a great opportunity for macro work or try shooting some abstracts of patterns created by the sea in the sand. 



3. How To Use The Beach Scene Shooting Mode

Here's a quick guide to what the Beach Scene mode is and how you can use it. 

Deckchairs

Photo by David Burleson

4. Even More Beach Photography Advice

Get a little more creative with your beach photography with the help of this article. 

Dog portrait
Photo by Daniel Bell

5. Tips On Taking Dog Portraits At The Beach

Make the most of interesting backdrops and space to capture some action portraits of your dogs outdoors. 



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