Bicycle photography is important, but that doesn’t mean it has to be complicated or expensive. Today I’m covering just a few simple tips that can drastically improve the quality of photos you’re able to take of your bikes without too much effort and time.
You don’t need studio lights or the best camera on the market. By using ambient natural light, propping the bike up with a stick, and just a few other tips, we can get pretty good results pretty easily.
Two sources that taught me a lot of what I know on this subject:
– For bicycle photography specifically: John Watson (https://theradavist.com/).
– For photography more generally: Jared Polin (https://www.youtube.com/user/JaredPolin).
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