Extraordinary Shot Photography Tips

It is natural to find it difficult to get your creative juices flowing, but a technique I learned recently has helped make all the difference. OSES which stands for ordinary spot, extraordinary shot is a tool everyone can use to make their photography better. The concept is to take an ordinary spot and see it differently than normal. To look for single objects and get close up to them, or try different angles to make it look like a totally different place.

Every Day Examples of OSES

Recently, my friends and I went and played mud volleyball and I thought it would be the perfect time to try out this technique. I was standing and watching my friends, at a safe distance so my camera would not get covered in mud. Just then my friend dove into the mud! He was covered from head to toe in mud. I took a simple volleyball court, added water, and some friends and in return, I took some awesome action shots.

Ordinary Spot, Extraordinary Shot

I also put this technique into use when I went to Grand Teton National Park. The weather was not the best, it was gloomy and we could not see the Tetons. Instead of the typical pictures of the Tetons, I decided to focus more on the people that we came across. As I was taking photos of the lake and the trees, I noticed a group of kayakers. After walking over to them, I began to get to know them and talk to them. I asked if I could take some photos of them as well, they agreed.

A simple lake photo can come to life by capturing a happy memory for a couple. You can go and visit this lake in Grand Teton National Park.

String Lake, Grand Teton National Park

If you would like to learn more about OSES: Ordinary Spot Extraordinary Shot, contact me and I would be happy to schedule a time with you to help you. Or you can read this article to learn more!