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5 Examples of the Sunflares used on Jumps

Written by Sasha Bell

The Jump series is one of our most popular photography series — with hundreds of companies using this series in residences, publications, media campaigns and many more.

We edit a large amount of our jump photographs with our The Sunflares Pack

The Sunflares Pack is our #1 Tool for creating realistic Sunflares, we use these amazing image overlays on our photographs to instantly turn them into brightly lit photographs with gorgeous sunshine.

These sunflares will blend effortlessly onto all types of photographs; anything from portraits to landscapes, still life, food, animal photographs and much more.

The aim of  The Sunflare Pack is to create realistic sunflare results, which either weren’t there at the time (due to the weather!) – or to enhance what was already there.

Have a look below at how we have used these sunflares to create magnificent sunbursts, and even using them to enhance the sunset photographs to create a greater impact.

How To Get The Sunflares Pack

The Sunflares Pack is easily available to get on our website, and you can start with our very popular “Starter” pacsunsunk if you’re nervous about trying something new. You can always upgrade at any time without paying twice.

Click the link below to get it and to see the before and afters:

Learn How To Take Jump Photographs:

In our eBook, The Art Of Jump Photography we cover everything from start to finish – including specific tips and advice for the model jumping, DSLR settings, sharp focus, equipment, editing, creativeness and much more.

Click the link below for more information on what we teach in this ebook.

The Art Of Jump Photography eBook



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