4 Amazing Tips For Better Looking Photographs!!
By: Matt Sloniker
Check out these 4 exciting photography techniques to make amazing looking and unforgettable photos!!
Just bought a replacement camera?? and really excited to start taking photos together with your new equipment??
Why does the image not look nearly as good as you wanted to? Don’t worry, read below for 4 exciting photography techniques to make amazing looking and unforgettable photos!!
Trick #1 – Use different camera exposure settings
By learning how exposure works on your camera, you will have photos looking brighter with 0.5 to 2 stops underexposed in bright surroundings, and scenes appearing more clear with some overexposure. Just by simple tuning of the exposure level, you’ll create photos which may bring out different moods from people viewing it.
That’s why the quote “A Picture Says thousand Words” is extremely true indeed ! For begginers, try bracketing (i.e: Take an equivalent photos with different exposure levels) and take your favorite pick from them.
Trick #2 – Blur those photos in a creative way
By introducing some well-planned blur in photos, you’ll bring across certain important features, while using the remainder nearly as good complement, providing an overall nice touch. This will be accomplished with 2 basic types.
First type is depth-of-field blur. Varying the lens aperture between 0.4 to 1.4 can create a stunning , soft background blur which bring sharp focus to the topic within the foreground.
Second type is movement blur. Done by setting the camera exposure on shutter priority, and keep some time so on capture interesting streaks because the subject moves ahead of the camera.
Trick #3 – Create something out of nothing!!!
What does it means? This exercise encourages you to require a step back and rethink how you’ll take wonderful pictures with belongings you already encountered on a day to day.
One approach is to make your shot round the common elements around you like lines, space and patterns. this will mean anything from the roads to the bridges, the trees, the railings, etc.. you begin to think of a lot more possibilities and improve on your creativity
Trick #4 – Take Unique Photos!!!
Try to avoid taking photos from already popular places where everyone else has taken before, it’ll not be fresh, and therefore the excitement is additionally much diminished. Try extreme photography (like: photography underwater), or it might be as easy as shooting through some thick glass for that 3D feel to add to your photo, or try shooting reflections of objects through water (works with lakes, rivers, and puddles.)
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