Follow the Parks Canada Youth Ambassadors in Kluane National Park and Reserve to learn a few simple photo tips.

  1. Identify your subject and make it stand out
  2. Compose your image with the rule of thirds
  3. Search for natural symmetry effects
  4. Try new perspectives
  5. Use natural light conditions to your advantage

5 photo tips with #ParksLife

Transcript

[Parks Canada Beaver Logo]

[No narration nor dialogue]

[Text: 5 photos tips with ParksLife] [A lake seen from a boat]

[Text: In Kluane National Park and Rerserve]

[A young man is taking pictures on a lake]

[Eva is taking pictures on a lake]

[Text: 1 Identify your subject] [A buoy floating on a lake with mountains in the background]

[Text: and make it stand out][A red buoy]

[A picture of the red buoy with mountains in the background]

[A picture of a plant on a rocky beach illuminated by the sun]

[A picture of Eva on a mountain looking at the landscape]

[Text: 2 Compose your image with the rule of third] [Snowy mountains]

[A picture of Kim of hiking in the mountains]

[Text: and on their intersections]

[Text: 3 Search for natural symmetry effects] [A forest and mountains refelected in a lake]

[Pictures showing exemples of natural symmetry]

[Text: 4 Try new perspectives] [A young man is taking pictures in the mountains]

[Close up shot of alpine flowers]

[Examples of pictures taken close to the ground or to the water]

[Text: 5 Use natural light conditions to your advantage] [Timelapses of the clouds over a mountain]

[Timelapse of the clouds over a mountain]

[Snowy mountains seen from the sky]

[Parks Canada Logo]

[Text: Her Majesty the Queen in Rights of Canada, Represented by Parks Canada]

[Canada logo]