10 Fantastic Photography Tips
Here are our favorite top 10 photo tips and tricks to help you become a better photographer. Forget about relying, taking on lady luck, upon wasting your precious time wading through and deleting disappointing pick; we’ll help you get it right first time. Making it easier to print your favorite photos and share the highlights of your life online. So whether you ‘re going to be out & about photographing weddings, your kids, and pets, enjoying family days out, or you latest holiday, e.g., follow our advice for fantastic photos to be proud of:
1. Get inspiredFlick through online photo galleries(e.g., Flickr)you’ll find they’re a great source of inspiration when its comma in your pictures.
2. Personal photography manual Use a Photo book or Stylebook as your photography manual. Include details on how you took the shots, the settings you used, and
3. Off centreIt’s tempting to just aim your camera directly at your subject and shoot. You can create a more dynamic feel though by placing your main subject slightly off centre.
4. Steady supportTripods aren’t the easiest things to carry around, but they do enable you to use a slow shutter speed without getting camera shake.
5. Waste of spaceWasting space i widely regarded as one of the most common crimes committed by amateur photographers. Some pictures work with plenty of space around the main subject, but most have more impact close up.
6. Show off the Interesting shapes are best shown against a plain background where there is little or nothing to distract the eye.
7. Highlighting Strong direct light from behind the camera works well with architectural shots but is usually very unflattering for portraiture.
8. Magical monochromeBlack & white images are great for disguising clashing colours and focusing your attention on the mood of the picture instead.
9. Light ideasExperiment with different light sources such as candlelight, firelight and tungsten to give a different feel to your photos
10. Make a giftUse your new stylish photos as a great personalised gift. Create homeware, books or calendars from your photos for your friends and family.