It is only a few weeks into the summer season and most do not enjoy doing photography during this time since it can be challenging for everyone involved. It does not have to be if you are prepared for the challenges ahead when you plan your summertime photo shoot.
One of the downsides to summertime photography is the heat. People can easily end up with a sunburn, sweat through their nice outfit or get dehydrated quickly.
However, these are minor issues and there are ways to avoid them from putting a damper on your photo shoot.
“In the summertime, you can get sunburns and it’s best to try to avoid a lot of sun before your session and wear sunscreen,” said Melanie Heiges, photographer and the owner of Photography by Melanie.
“You should also have a lot of water,” she added. “I also recommend not wearing colors that you can see sweat stains through your clothing. Summertime photos are hot and if you want to take them, you should go at sunset or in the afternoon, so it is not ...
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