Beginning Photography Tips
When starting out in photography, it can be very difficult. This article will prove that wrong.
Most beginning photography tips are not that great. I’ll be honest, lots of advice out there is either too complex or what everyone else already knows.
Here are some tips that are really easy to follow.
1. Avoid the Center!
2. Avoid the center!
3. Avoid the center!
Yes, the tip is to not take pictures in the middle of the frame. Not doing so will force you to find different places to put your subject. Placing your subject to the left or the right will make your photos much more interesting and different.
Another really easy tip to use is:
1. Vertical Orientatil
Orientation in photography is usually not thought of for beginners. Most people take photos holding the camera the way it should be held. This means that most photos are horizontally oriented. Orienting your photo so its vertical and “tall” gives you a totally different way of looking at things.
There is one very common thing that both of these tips are using.
Space is the biggest “key” to photography composition. How you use your space in your photos will make your photos either “suck” or “genius”. Space is everything that is in your photo. However, not all space is equal. Some space is more important and some isn’t. Be sure to focus on the important space and focus less on unimportant areas of your photo.
Wrapping this article up, be sure that you follow these tips. Most advanced photographers don’t even have to think about the stuff I just mentioned. It’s second nature to them and they’ve taken so many pictures it’s automatic.