Taking photos in an open-air pool allows you to create unique works using elements such as the surrounding environment, sunlight, and water. This makes for a more attractive outdoor pool photo.

Shoot in the morning, when the light is softer, creating a warm, peaceful atmosphere. Avoid the strong sunlight at noon, because the light at this time may be too strong and prone to overexposure.

Try shooting from different angles, such as low Angle, high Angle, or head-up Angle. Use the rule of thirds for composition, placing the subject about a third of the way up the frame to make the frame more attractive.