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DESCRIPTIONIf you’re someone who prefers seeing his pictures compiled on a photo book than browsing them on your social media network, then aside from knowing how to create a photobook you should make sure you take good pictures too.
If you’resomeonewho prefers seeing his pictures compiled on a photo book than browsing them on your social media network, then aside from knowing how to create a photobook you should make sure you take good pictures too.
Get the right tools
There’s a wide array of equipment to choose from, but don’t buy the latest and most expensive one just because everybody is crazy about them. Pick the camera, lenses, tripod, etc. that is only necessary for the photos that you usually take.
Brush up on
No matter how advanced your camera is, you won’t be able to benefit from it if you don’t know how to use it. Take the time to learn the ISO, Aperture and Shutter speed to get the best out of each shot.
Break the rules
When you’re already familiar with your cameras functions, don’t stick with the basic rules. Have fun with it. You get the most unique and spontaneous shots from experimenting.
Take closer shots
Don’t feel like you have to fit an entire stadium into one frame. Try moving closer to a specific subject that you really want to capture and you’ll get a better outcome.
Learn how the
Whether you’re taking a picture on broad daylight, sunset or artificial light, study how the subject looks like with different lighting position.
The easiest way to understand good photograph composition is to learn the Rule of Thirds. Divide the frame into nine equal parts by two equally spaced horizontal and vertical lines. Then put your subject on the lines and intersections to create a more interesting shot. You don’t want a photobook with a ‘Subject on the Center’ theme right?
Study how different white balance settings looks like to different situations. This will teach what looks good and what doesn’t when using white balance settings.
Just because your camera has flash doesn’t mean you have to use it all the time. Experiment and learn when to use it and when not to.
Carry your camera
All the time
Good photos don’t always come from occasions or out of town trips. Sometimes opportunity presents itself during those late afternoon walks. You’ll never know, keep your camera with you at all times.
Learning & EnjoyWhether it has always been your passion or just a new hobby that picked up, you just have to put effort into it and enjoy what you’re doing. Know everything you can about photography, practice taking shots all the time and have fun with it and you’ll appreciate the art in it.