In this video, photographer Jordan Banks makes a short trip to do some bluebell photography in some bluebell fields just a few hundred metres from his house at sunrise.

Springtime in the UK is all about the bluebell fields, so follow along as Jordan takes you through his process of capturing these brief and beautiful fields. The bluebell fields are best shot in the early morning when the sun peaks through the trees. This provides some awesome backlighting to create some natural leading lines from the shadows formed by the trees.

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Jordan Banks is a successful travel photographer with almost 20 years of experience shooting assignments and campaigns for some of the world’s leading brands and companies. If you would like to learn more, why not join one of his travel photography marketing courses.

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