21 Spring Photos To Bring Happiness And Inspiration

Spring is just around the corner and it is the time of year when everything awakens from dormancy, including plants, trees, insects, even some birds and animals. You can feel the warmth, see new growth and the seasons paint new life and color. Some photographers also stay indoors and shoot less during the winter so spring can be the time to dust off the camera, get outside and shoot.

Photo by Jason Leung

There are many opportunities for photography this time of year, including many people’s favorites, flowers, wildlife, dewdrops, misty landscapes and landscapes, insects and so on. Here are 21 spring photos, to bring some fun and inspiration to your photography.

Spring is the time when everyone is basking in the warm sun and the light is quite soft especially in the morning and evening. You need to understand light and learn how to use it effectively to capture brilliant spring photos. Understanding Light is a guide from Photzy that gives you the opportunity to master light and produce your own inspiring images. You will discover the secret to controlling, manipulating and reading light for stunning results.

Photo by Annie Spratt
Photo by Katie Rodriguez
Photo by Nadine Rupprecht
Photo by Elena Ferrer
Photo by Brooke Lark
Photo by Karl Fredrickson

During any given time of day, depending on the result you want to achieve, you will need to learn to recognize available light and how to use it for best results. Side lighting and back lighting can be great, but you need to have some skills to manipulate the available light to your liking. We recommend checking out this Understanding Light eBook by Photzy, which has 155 pages of quick and easy learning, packed with illustrations, case studies, and assignments to verify your knowledge.

Photo by Wolfgang Hasselmann
Photo by Daniela Izotenko
Photo by Jacqueline Vieira
Photo by Mohd Zuber saifi
Photo by Vincent Tint
Photo by Moritz Lüdtke

In photography, there is no bad light. Most photographers don’t shoot when they think the light is bad, or they waste a photo session because they don’t know how to shoot in certain light conditions. Understanding Light by Photzy will give you the right knowledge on how to get the shot in every light situation, so you don’t have to worry about wasted shots due to poor light.

Photo by Toa Heftiba
Photo by Mak
Photo by Tschernjawski Sergej
Photo by Anthony Ievlev
Photo by Ken Goulding
Photo by Jasper Garratt
Photo by Mark Tegethoff

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