Photography can employ a lot of different techniques

by:DGT Lighting     2020-08-07

A common beginner's mistake is to place one's thumb on the lens while taking a photograph. This causes a blurry spot to appear in the corner of a photograph. You should make sure your lens is clean and that you are not obstructing it with your thumb before taking a picture.

Try limiting yourself to help expand your creativity. Lock your self in a room with a challenge to take 100 unique photos. Or stand in one spot and take 100 photos. These are great ways to help teach yourself to think outside the box. And who knows, you may take a masterpiece photo.

Try moving in closer to your subject when you're taking pictures. If you take pictures from different distances, you'll be able to get a few different perspectives and some may come out better than others. Try to get where the subject of your photo fills the entire viewfinder of your camera - this will give you a lot more details of the subject rather than just filler details.

Always stabilize your hands when taking pictures. If a tripod is not handy rest your arms on a table, wall or even another person to get a clear shot. Also, holding your breath while taking the picture will keep the camera from moving and assure the picture you need.

If you think you should not bother taking a photograph because everyone and his uncle have already taken the same shot, take it anyway. Put your own unique spin on it, and enjoy your photograph of the full autumn moon, the spring tulips at the park or the famous church downtown.

A great photography tip that can really help you out is to start using sandbags to weigh down your equipment. If you're using big studio lights, you should definitely weigh them down with sandbags. It would be a disaster if this expensive equipment were to suddenly fall and break.

To get the perfect shot, you really need to pay close attention to the light. Find the main light source, examine your subject for unwanted shadows or blown-out highlights, and try to position your subject so that the light is flattering. Experiment with different light setups and angles to find the perfect lighting scenario for your shot.

No matter what type of shot you are trying to get, you must make sure you have your camera steady. Now, there are rather large tripods and also small tripods to accommodate all sizes of cameras and shot angles. You need to make sure you always have your shot steady.

It is true that you should have a clear shot of the subject in a photo. That said, there is much more to a good photo than just that. You can always improve upon your shots, and hopefully these tips gave you advice on how you can do precisely that.

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