Our Best Photography Tips for Pictures at the Atlantic

6 May 2016

We’re lucky enough to enjoy some stunning views here at the Atlantic and therefore we thought we’d share some of our very best photography tips with you to ensure you’re getting the best holiday snaps possible!

Make Sure You get a Panoramic

We’ve got panoramic Atlantic Ocean views and so make sure you set your phone to pano mode and take in all the beautiful scenery Newquay has to offer!

Take a Photo Each Side of the Atlantic

Here at the Atlantic we’re surrounded by sea and so each side of our hotel captures a different view, so make sure you get the camera and take a walk around the grounds and get clicking.

Make the Most of the Beaches

There are some gorgeous beaches just a few minutes away from the Atlantic Hotel and you can take your camera and capture them for your photo album. Whether you’re taking selfies on a smartphone with a seaside background or using a digital SLR to capture every detail, we’d recommend you spend some time at the beach to really make the most of the views.

Try Long Exposure Star Trail Photography

Choose a clear night, set up a camera that can take long exposure photos and use a low ISO setting to reduce the level of noise in your final photo. Pop it on a tripod on your Atlantic balcony, use a wide aperture and wrap some insulation around your lens to prevent any chance of fogging up and watch it capture some amazing images!

Try out a GoPro

Why not try out a GoPro and take it surfing with you to really record the experience? If you want to re-live your Cornish adventures, wear a GoPro and get stuck in! Whether you’re sky diving or surfing, you’ll be able to capture some amazing footage to keep forever!

If you take some excellent photos at the Atlantic, we’d love to see – share them on our Facebook, Twitter or Instagram pages!

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