7 tips for taking bright photos in winter - new lune

7 Tips For Taking Bright Photos in Winter

It can be a hassle to take blog pictures during the wintertime since the weather is always gloomy and foggy and I’m not going to lie, this is the first time I’m properly taking pictures for my blog during the winter and it’s a struggle! I’ve gathered some tips so if you are in the same boat as me then keep reading!

Prendre des photos de blog pendant l’hiver peut être un problème, car le temps est toujours sombre et brumeux et je ne vais pas mentir, c’est la première fois que je prends correctement des photos pour mon blog pendant l’hiver et c’est un combat difficile! J’ai rassemblé quelques astuces, donc si vous êtes dans le même bateau que moi, continuez à lire!

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NATURAL DAYLIGHT

Natural lighting always make any pictures look a thousand times better that’s the reason why all the bloggers always say to take pictures in the natural daylight. During the wintertime, you don’t get as much natural daylight so it might be extremely hard to take pictures so whenever it’s sunny, go and take pictures!

La lumière naturelle donne toujours à chaque image un aspect mille fois meilleur. C’est la raison pour laquelle tous les blogueurs disent toujours de prendre des photos à la lumière du jour. En hiver, la lumière du jour est moins ensoleillée, il est donc extrêmement difficile de prendre des photos alors quand il fait beau, allez prendre des photos!

 

APPS

Another tip to take bright pictures is with the help of apps. If you can’t find natural daylight then you can edit the brightness and contrast levels of the pictures and adjust the pictures up to your preference.

Une autre astuce pour prendre des photos lumineuses est à l’aide d’applications. Si vous ne trouvez pas la lumière naturelle du jour, vous pouvez modifier les niveaux de luminosité et de contraste des images et les ajuster à votre guise.

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COLOUR LEVELS

You can also achieve this by using Photoshop or Lightroom (desktop versions) which is much more advanced in my opinion. You can adjust the colour levels and edit other settings as well.

Vous pouvez également y parvenir en utilisant Photoshop ou Lightroom (versions de bureau), ce qui est beaucoup plus avancé à mon avis. Vous pouvez régler les niveaux de couleur et modifier d’autres paramètres.

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EQUIPMENT

In addition, you can buy extra equipment such as softbox which will allow you to take pictures whenever you want! I know not every blogger can afford it and it might not be practical to store it in your room but if blogging is your part/full-time job then it’s a good investment.

De plus, vous pouvez acheter du matériel supplémentaire, tel que la boîte à lumière, qui vous permettra de prendre des photos à tout moment! Je sais que tous les blogueurs ne peuvent pas se le permettre et qu’il n’est peut-être pas pratique de le ranger dans votre chambre, mais si bloguer est votre travail à temps partiel/à temps plein, c’est un bon investissement.

 

BACKGROUNDS

When taking pictures during the winter, take into consideration the background you’re using for your flatlays or outfit pictures. They might make your picture brighter or duller so you have to balance everything out in order to create the perfect shot.

Lorsque vous prenez des photos en hiver, tenez compte de l’arrière-plan que vous utilisez pour vos photos. Ils pourraient rendre votre image plus lumineuse ou plus terne, vous devez donc tout équilibrer afin de créer la photo parfaite.

 

WHITE COLOUR

You can add white coloured flatlay props and objects to your pictures which will instantly add a bright effect to your pictures. You can accentuate those props by editing your pictures as well.

Vous pouvez ajouter des accessoires et des objets de couleur blanche à vos images, ce qui donnera instantanément un effet lumineux à vos images. Vous pouvez également accentuer ces accessoires en modifiant vos images.

 

PRESETS

Last but not least, if you have a hard time taking bright pictures then you can use Photoshop or Lightroom presets. They will instantly create an effect to your pictures and you can edit them according to your preferences in the settings.

Dernier point mais non le moindre, si vous avez du mal à prendre des photos lumineuses, vous pouvez utiliser les paramètres prédéfinis de Photoshop ou Lightroom. Ils créeront instantanément un effet sur vos images et vous pourrez les éditer selon vos préférences dans les paramètres.

 

THANK YOU SO MUCH FOR READING!

xo N

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31 Comments

  1. That’s a very useful post!! I usually don’t like to fix the brightness in post-editing because it won’t change the quality of the photo. For great picture quality, I’d rather either invest in a good lighting equipment or use day light, which is what I am doing right now! And playing with the background is a great idea too!!

  2. See this is the sort of post I didn’t know I needed to read, but GOSH this was actually SO helpful. It’s really difficult to shoot in natural light when the sun’s only shining from 9am-4pm in Denmark. I always really enjoy reading your posts! ❤ xx

    1. Aw thank you so much Karen! ❤️ it’s the same problem in the UK as well, I haven’t taken any pictures in 3 weeks, the weather is awful xx

  3. When I saw the title, I was like Yay!! It’s such a struggle, isn’t it?! I tend to use a window sill as I find as long as the sky is white it’s not too bad. I have a ring light but if there’s not much natural light to go with it I give that Tungsten effect which I don’t like. The struggle continues as the days get shorter! Great tips as always!

    Samantha x

    https://thebeautyspyglass.com

  4. I didn’t even thinking of using a white (or lighter) background – but duh! Of course that makes sense! I appreciate you sharing this 🙂

  5. Nice tips. An affordable and effective way to take photos for your blog is to use window light. Put your subject close to the window and position it with light and shadow falling as you like. You can use a white board or white paper on the other side of the subject from the window to fill in the shadows and make brighter.

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