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Best Photography Tips

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Ranjitsinh Chauhan

1. Selection
Choose to show only the best from your images with others and the rest in the drawer. Showing someone every picture that you have taken the dilution effect of the best pictures and is very boring. You can point to twenty pictures of little Johnny in the park, because they are all very good and you can not decide which are the best, but trust me, you are better off making that decision, and only the few good shows.
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2. Turn the camera on the side
Initially feels awkward holding the camera on the side, but it's worth getting used to. If the shape of the subject, a person or a building that fits in an upright rectangle, it wastes so much screen space, when to shoot you in the landscape. You pay for all those millions of pixels, do not waste it.

3. Framing
One of the easiest ways to improve your photography, with attention to framing. Look in the corners of the viewfinder to see what's there. You need all this background? Can you closer to your subject or zoom in?


4. Direction of illumination
Photography is all about light, the direction of incident light on the subject is most important, you have to look at your subject carefully and see how the shadows fall.
If you are able to choose the time of day to shoot your images, try to choose a time when the sun is low in the sky, either shoot them in the early morning or late afternoon. Taking pictures of people with the sun high in the sky, tends to mean the eyes of the subject is in shadow, and / or your subject will be squinting in the bright light, both of which tend to look terrible. A nice side effect of shooting in the early morning or late afternoon is that the color of light is 'warmer', reds and yellows are stronger which generally has a more pleasing effect.
If you are taking pictures in the sun, try, so that the sun hits your subject from the side position, this will give you a nice "modeling" and contribute to a 3D effect in the picture.
Sunlight behind the subject can give a very pleasing 'backlight' effect but be careful that you are not getting 'flare' in the lens, which degrades the contrast of the image.

5. Direction of illumination
The worst kind of illumination is provided by the small flash in all modern cameras provided. Not only is it your subjects the dreaded red eye, but also flatter all faces into shadowless featureless blobs give. Use the camera flashlight in an emergency only if there is no other choice.

6. In Camera Flash
If the camera with flash, keep your subject (s) of walls, especially light colored, if at all possible, and prevent that ugly black shadow, looks like a sketch. This will not be displayed against a dark background.

7. Exposure
With the automatic exposure for your benefit.
If you have a modern camera, chances are that the standard dosing "Center Weighted Average", which means that, although there is a mean, which takes the whole scene is more notice of what takes in the middle of the frame means. Which is good news for us. The other good news is that it takes this reading at the time when you "first pressure" to take on the button to take your picture. If you press it halfway down and it beeps at you, not only the focus is now (on an autofocus camera), but the exposure, and have set the aperture and shutter speed. So if your main interest is not in the "middle of the frame, it's a good idea to put it there temporarily while you take yourself and your light reading, then move the camera while still getting the key half and form the image the way you want it. A common application of this technique is when you are in a close-up shot of two people, and there is space between their heads, when one is not careful the camera on a wall or trees behind concentrate them. the background is very dark or very light this can alter the exposure significantly and result in faces that are too dark or too bright.

8. Shutter
When the shutter speed is more important than moving objects, it is a good idea to set the camera to "shutter priority" mode. Here you can select the shutter speed and the camera sets aperture for the light to read.

9. Dazzle
If the depth is important to either ensure that everything in focus or to throw a few things out of focus, select the "Aperture Priority" mode of the camera. In this mode you select the aperture and the camera selects the shutter speed according to the available light.

10. Neutral density filters
If you are in bright light and want to limit the depth of field, use a neutral density filter in front of the lens to the light into the lens to be reduced. These are available in different densities, 2x, 4x, 8x etc. each one cutting the light into two halves, quarters, eighths, etc. In extreme cases, can you screw together a few of them available. Although they are "neutral density" filter and should not affect the color balance, if you have two or more together you might need a little color correction at the printing stage.

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2 Responses so far.

  1. Riyal Maya says:

    Thanks to share this Best photography ideas with us, its also helpfull for me and more then it thanks again :) keep posting

  2. It is really hard to learn photography if no one is teaching you personally, but knowing these simple tips can help us learn it. I know a lot about Boston architecture photography, but I don't know how to implement it so I'm still unsure whether to pursue this career or not.

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