Friday, November 24, 2017

Project for kids: Rainy Day Photography with a Smartphone

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Today’s Photography project for kids is photographing in a rainy day. Rain doesn’t have to spoil our artistic vein, so let’s take our smartphones and go outside.

Do not let your phone get wet though. Use an umbrella or cover the screen with a plastic bag.

Don’t go in the middle of the storm, you can photograph the rain from the window; we will discuss that in another post.

Teaching how to photograph in a rainy day

Rain changes color. After a rain shower, colors tend to be brighter.

Rain changes color. After a rain shower, colors tend to be brighter.

Raindrops are beautiful. They are like little pearls, raindrops over grass

Some plants trap the raindrops in very unusual ways.

Some plants trap the raindrops in very unusual ways.

Even if the quality of the light is not very good, try not to use the flash because its light is very strong

, try to bounce some light using a reflector. It can be a white piece of cardboard or a sheet of aluminum foil.

After the storm is over, and the sun is coming timidly, you can get fantastic images.

Teaching how to photograph in a rainy day

Smartphone photography tips in a rainy day

Smartphone photography tips in a rainy day

All these pictures were taken with an iPhone 4, none of them was edited or manipulated.

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