If beaches are what you desire, there are few places on earth which are as attractive as Australia. We have always related to Australia through its white sandy beaches, crystal clear oceans and reefs. So, there is a lot of fascination with beaches in Australia be it for weddings, birthday parties or any other event. What’s more, having a ceremony arranged at the beach gives an opportunity to click some amazing pictures. Yes, they are just as significant in these ceremonies as the dress which the bride and groom are wearing.
Always look out for focal points: Many amateur photographers make the grave mistake of assuming that all beach photographs are the same. The problem with most of the pictures of these genres is that they all look the same and boring because the photographers have not set any focal point in them. If there is no point of interest in your images, people will look aimlessly at them. It can be anything from waves crashing on a rock to a set of footprints to just a simple pattern in the sand. Sometimes these small details can
Time is not to be taken lightly: Usually, the best time to shoot is at sunrise and sunset. Though there might be fewer people at that time, the sun will be at an angle while will give your photos some great effects. From beautiful shadows to colours, you can get every bit of effect in your pictures.
Head to the beach when it’s empty: Head to the beach when it’s relatively empty because it will give you the freedom to capture images without any added interference. Moreover, in adverse weather conditions, it will give you the chance to take atmospheric shots of dramatic clouds, stormy seas and several other things which you would missed out on otherwise.
Cover your equipments: Needless to say, if you are heading to the beach, there is a great chance that you will get wet. But subjecting your cameras to water can be catastrophic. Most cameras and lenses these days are hugely expensive which is why you should ensure that those equipments are covered in plastic whenever you are in the vicinity of water.
Take black and white images: This is not an obligation, but black and white ones give an entirely different outlook to the beach. Colour photographs are lovely but black and white ones are even better.