Keith W Springer: Photos, Beginner Tips, and More

This page will feature some of Keith W Springer’s works to serve as a reference guide for the various photography techniques to help readers better understand the possible output when using them. It is also for showcasing some of Keith’s best works for the viewing pleasure of the reader.

In addition to sample photos, this page will also share tips and guides for beginner photographers to help them further enhance and develop their skills. If you are a newbie photographer or are still in the process of deciding whether or not to take up photography, then this page is for you. For other photography articles, you may visit the blog page on this site.

Being a nature photographer, let’s start this page with a few tips and tricks for beginner nature photographers. Please read on below to learn more.

Advice for nature photographers

One of the first things I learned when I just starting in nature photography was that you’ve got to be flexible! When you’re out in nature, waiting to capture breathtaking moments, your time isn’t your own. You can’t run on a definite schedule when it comes to nature photography. Nature, being fickle as she is, doesn’t run on your time but her own. I can’t tell you how many times I’ve experienced waiting for the perfect sunrise or sunset, or for that moment when the sun hits the landscape at just the right angle and spreading the perfect shade of light, only to go home empty-handed.

That’s how it is with nature photography most of the time. So when you leave for your outdoor shoot, you’ve got to bring with you a lot of patience. Don’t be frustrated if you didn’t get the shot that you wanted on your first day out. There’s always the next day.

And the amazing thing about nature photography is that no matter how many times you frequent the same spot, there’s always going to be something new. With the ever-changing forms of nature, you discover that you’re seeing something new for the first time even if you’ve been to the exact same spot before.

Before you go out in the wild, it is advised that you find out as much as you can about the location of your outdoor shoot. Learn about the best seasons for taking the kinds of photos that you want to take, or the time when the place is less crowded with tourists. Also, make sure to check the weather forecast on your scheduled shoot, permits that you may need, and if going with a local guide is mandatory. All of these things can make your shoot run a little smoother.

If you’d like to take a few test shots for the techniques you’ve just learned, you can go to the park and practice your techniques there. The key is to keep practicing, and of course, to enjoy what you’re doing!

Please visit this page again soon for more posts about beginner photography from Keith W Springer.