Ralted wallpapers of Spring:
| spring flowers (vol.2) | Fresh Spring Shot |
| new Spring - Hill, Grass, Water | The Four Seasons - Spring |
| Fantasy Photo Composite - CG season spring & summer , 1920*1200 |
Spring leaves, Yong Green Leaves, Dewdrops, Spring Spirit:
| New green leaves in Spring |
| Dewdrops & Green Leaves (Vol.2), dewdrops on Green leaves |
| The Beautiful Green leaves , Young Leaves photography |
| Green leave on the Trees , verdant forest landscape |
| bamboo forest, Bamboo Photography, High Res. 1920*1200 |
| Spring Budding - Sprout and Young Leaves |
| Sping dewdrops wallpaper , Dewdrops & Green Leaves (Vol.1) |
Spring is here! Here are seven photography tips for the new season.
Shoot birds as they are now coming back from the winter. Use the longest lens you have to get the bird in full frame. Use a fast shutter speed of at least 1/500 second. These critters move fast and are usually restless even while perched so you need to be prepared for their quick moves.
Shoot in black and white. The sun's still not out quite as much so on overcast days try shooting in black and white to get whatever contrast you have to stand out.
Shoot reflections. Puddles, pools of water, moisture on objects, closeups of dew, all make good subjects while we are still experiencing rain in most parts of the country. After spring rains, creeks, streams and waterfalls are at their most picturesque. So spring is a great time to photograph these waterways.
Shoot flowers. An oldy but goody. Spring flowers and blossoms are always a good subject if you need an idea.
Stormclouds and cloudy sky scenes make interesting patterns. Try this with black and white and see what results you get.
Take advantage of the best light. Usually morning light for warm yellow tones, late afternoon or evening light will give you a warmer hint of red to full red.
Finally, check your photo gear and prepare for a full on photo year. Clean your camera, lenses and gear, check and recharge all your batteries. Read up on what new accessories can enhance your shooting.
Enjoy the sights, sounds and fresh air as you go about capturing the freshness of spring!