This is one of the most common things that come up during a search for digital camera tips. 3 or 5 or 10 Digital Photography tips or tricks. It is amazing how much regurgitated data can be spewed out there for the reader to overcome. The problem is that it almost has to be represented to the user verbatim, or basically the same every time. There are not a whole lot of ways of teaching someone the “Rule of Thirds” for instance. Just the same, it is important to know a lot of this information. It is also just as important to know when to move on from the basic tips and to progress into advanced techniques.
So here are my top 10 Photography tips to help you become a better Photographer.
Your a photographer, be it Amateur or Pro and you would like to get your spouse involved in the hobby with you. This is an all too commonly asked question that may or may not have a specific or direct answer. What can we do to share something that we love, with someone that we love??? Keep reading to find out.
There are a couple of things to remember when traveling and your taking your trusty DSLR along with you. From how your recording your images, to how you get to keep your gear and avoid getting it stolen. Sometimes it is the little things that we forget about that can be lifesavers later on. Keep reading to find out what these are. Read more
Whenever I run into someone with a new camera the first thing they say after I notice and comment on it, is the number of megapixels it has. The megapixel war is apparently still going strong in the minds of all us photographers. But realistically, how many megapixels is enough for the average amateur photographer. Do you need 24+ megapixels or is 10 enough? Does 8mp meet the needs of the average consumer or do they need 14? Lets do little research and find out.
When you compose a photo you are determining what someone is going to get out of your image when they look at it later. It doesn’t matter if it is printed, on the web or just sent to their digital device such as their i-phone. Composition is what causes you to look at someones image and like it but you really don’t know why. This means they ‘Composed’ a good photo. Chances are that the photographer followed a few very basic guidelines of composition that will help you get an acceptable image from your DSLR. A few of these I have written extensive guides about and will share the links here. For the purpose of this article we will just lightly touch on those. With a little fore thought and being armed ahead of time you can utilize these common sense tips and start taking memorable, well composed photos yourself.