Tips to Improve Photography for Beginners

Tips to Improve Photography for Beginners

        Tips to Improve Photography for Beginners

1. Don't go crazy by buying the most expensive equipment right away.

You can get great photos with an inexpensive point and shoot even with your Smartphone. The more photos you take, the more you'll know what kind of camera to get when it's time to upgrade. It’s not about only your gear can give you excellent results without your skills. As beginner photography, we should invest in learning.

2. Consider a tripod.

On the other hand, a reasonable tripod is worth buying, especially if you have to shake hands. Even more stability and sharper image use the camera's timer function with a tripod. As a beginner stage, we all have facing camera shake, motion blur images better to invest on a good tripod do practice and you will be amazed to see the results.

3. Keep the camera with you at all times.

Photoshoots often come when you least expect them. If you can keep your gear relatively simple - just a small camera bag and tripod - you may be able to take advantage of some of these unexpected opportunities. Or, if you using your phone camera, use it as much you can, you surely see the improvement slowly in your images.

4. Enjoy the learning process.

The best thing having passionate about photography teaches you patience and process. Inspiration is all around you. See everything through the eyes of a photographer and you will see opportunities you have never noticed before. Keep experiments never show that you have satisfied, make your composition interesting and creative. 

Read more about Composition.5. Experiment with camera settings.

Your point and shoot/ DSLR/ Phone camera may be more flexible and powerful than you think. Read the manual to help you decipher all those little symbols and basic settings. As you explore, try shooting subjects with multiple settings to find out what effects you like. When you look at your photos on a computer to recall the settings you used.

6. Learn the basic rules.

The amount of information about photography is available online can be huge. Start with a few articles/video tutorials on composition. Be open to what the most experienced photographers have to say about the technique. You have to understand the principles before you'll break them.

  
7. Take pictures regularly.

Try to photograph something every day. If you can't do this, make sure you take the time to practice regularly so you don't forget what you've learned. We need to make a habit by practising more often; surely you will be happy to see your end results.

8. Don't be afraid to experiment.

If you use a digital camera/ phone, the cost of errors is free. Go crazy - you may end up with something you like. You will certainly learn tons within the process. There will be the day where you will not get your desired image but have patience and keep going one day you will be proud of yourself. May you face a difficult situation like climate and conditions are in opposite the way you have planned, don’t worry tomorrow will have a better day and you will surely improve your photography as a beginner.

Thanks for reading.
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