Photographers are getting more creative in street photography at night. They are using flashy neon lights to get creative with night photography. Using Neon signs at the bars or clubs and playing with some post-photography effects will give a funky output. You can use every glossy thing; be it organic or artificial, to your advantage, such as wet streets, neon signs, light posts, etc.
Black and White
For some time, it seemed like no one really gets hooked on the black and white photos. People followed algorithms that suggested vibrant colors got more viewers. But now people care less about the engagements and share what reflects their authentic selves and attracts their target audiences on platforms like Instagram. Black and white photos depict genuineness and simplicity. They illustrate frank emotions.
Instead of hitting the extremes, meaning, going for a vibrant photo or for black and white, photographers are choosing muted colors over vibrant colors. And muted colors are as trending in photography as the use of vibrant colors. To bring this effect you either need to play with the saturation, hue, and highlights in the post-production or install an app that gives you the same effect.
Some fashions just fade away only to emerge back stronger. Such is the case with vintage photography. You can use a retro color palette on your digital images to bring this effect of vintage photos. Dress up like the vintage people and play with the warm tones, grain, light flares, and many other interesting photo effects to create a retro image.
Freestyle Wedding Photos
A great change in wedding shoots can be observed these days. Instead of cliched poses that are considered stiff nowadays, wedding photography is all about experimenting with dresses, colors, backgrounds, and candid moments. Today, wedding couples and photographers are making use of their creative freedom, helping them generate more authenticity by adding a luster of emotion and tone to their photos.
360-degree photography is trending and will be trending for quite a while. Don’t compare it with panoramic photography which is equally exciting. It’s a totally different effect and needs a good amount of editing. It’s an absolute spherical image of your surroundings. More photographers are moving to 360-degree cameras that are becoming less expensive. The major reason behind the rising popularity of 360-degree photography is the rise in the use of virtual reality.