Inspirational Photography Ideas To Try This Spring Season


Spring is one of the best times to capture colorful and cheerful photographs. It is a time when everything springs back to life, and the great outdoors is filled with stunning, vibrant colors, fragrances, and beautiful soft light. Depending on where you live, the spring season may be early or late, and for the southern hemisphere, it may be the fall season which is also a great time for photography.

Here are some inspirational photography ideas that you can try during this spring season.

10 Tips For Your Spring Photography

As the days get warmer during the spring season, photographers like to spend more time shooting outdoors. The colors of spring are something that cannot be missed, and they can help to elevate one's photography portfolio. This article from Bob Books discusses 10 tips for spring photography.

pale pink flower bokeh
Photo by Foad Roshan

10 Spring Photography Ideas To Get You Inspired

The opportunities to photograph things during the spring season are endless – right from the photograph of a flower to portraits, macros, abstracts, wildlife, landscapes, etc., the list goes on. If you are wondering what to photograph or are stuck for ideas, here are 10 more spring photography ideas to inspire you. This article is brought to you by the Digital Photography School.

budding tree retro aesthetics
Photo by Markus Spiske

13 Tips On How To Photograph Tiny Spring Flowers

Flowers are the highlights of the spring season, and you can capture their beauty easily with a little bit of effort. But, the tiny flowers of the season usually go unnoticed, and if you look or observe closely, you will see how these tiny subjects can be photographed for stunning results. This article by Albert Dros discusses 13 tips for photographing tiny spring flowers.

green background small white flowers
Photo by Andreas Dress

Ideas For Spring Wildlife Photography

Animals, bugs, and other critters that go into hibernation or are less active during the winter season will get back to their normal lives during the spring season. This is one of the best times to capture lively and cheerful wildlife photographs with the colorful blooms of spring in the background, foreground, etc. This article from Nature TTL discusses some ideas for wildlife photography during the spring season.

cute yellow bird
Photo by Ray Hennessy

4 Tips For Shooting Spring Lifestyle Photography

When the landscapes and flora start to change color, and the sun shines softly, making everything glow, it is a great time to capture lifestyle photographs if you are an outdoor person and spend most of the time in the great outdoors. Portraits are generally shot during this season, but not much thought is given to lifestyle photography in Spring. Here is a guide from Shutter Stock that discusses 4 tips for shooting spring lifestyle photography

picnic with a cat
Photo by Maria Lupan

Tips And Inspiration For Spring Landscape Photography

During the spring season, the days start to get longer, and the colors start returning to the landscape. If you are someone who dreads the winter's cold and stays indoors, it is time to dust off your camera to explore the great outdoors and capture vibrant spring landscapes. This article discusses some tips and inspirations for spring landscape photography and comes to you from The Landscape Photo Guy.

spring colors
Photo by Pamela Heckel

Preparing For Woodland Photography In Spring

Besides the gardens and other landscapes, the woodland floors are also covered with beautiful blossoms in spring. Photographing the woodlands can be a great way to enjoy the great outdoors and return home with some stunning shots of the wilderness. You may even be lucky to spot some wildlife during this trip. This video by Simon Baxter, shared by Photofocus, has some ideas on preparing for springtime photography in the woodlands.

purple flowers in the forest
Photo by Nick Fewings

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Dahlia is a stock photographer and full time educator at Light Stalking. You can find her on Gurushots and see some of her more popular articles at The American Society of Media Photographers. Get to know her better here.

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