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How To Take Eye-Catching Photos

Written by  Gary Klungreseth
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Photography is not merely about saying cheese and clicking photos. It is a skill. It is an art. One has to have an eye for it. Anybody can take photos. However, it takes an expert in photography to take splendid photos that stand out from the rest. Nonetheless, while one has to have an understanding of a good capture, it does not mean that you cannot acquire the skill of photography and the art of taking exceptional photographs. With learning and a lot of practise, anybody could become a photographer. With the emergence of YouTube and social media, people can easily take a few tips from these places and end up clicking ‘wow’ photos. The idea behind this is if others can do it, then you can do it too.

It is never too late to acquire the skill. If you are a beginner, then you can still do something about it. Let’s start with the basics. Follow through this article and comprehend the basics to help you on your journey to photography excellence.

Your camera is your bible!

Bible is to a priest, what camera is to any photographer.  Amateurs generally possess a basic digital camera. Nonetheless, if you are learning photography, then you would like to purchase a semi-professional camera. It is because a professional camera will have added features that are much needed when it comes to learning the skills. The additional settings in the camera could be learnt through the digital camera handbook. You can understand the basics by reading through the manual.

Learning how to adjust the light

In any professional camera, the quality of the photo depends upon the light adjustment factor. How you position your camera in accordance with the light will determine the results of the photo. The way you utilize any light source is crucial to your picture. Excessive light darkens the picture because it blinds the lens. The camera lens can only accept a certain amount of light. Therefore, it should be given only as much as it asks for.

The setting is important

A professional photographer understands the fact that humans and wildlife are not captured the same way. This brings the importance of setting while taking pictures. When you are capturing wildlife, you can use the detailed or the macro lens of the camera to emphasize upon details. On the other hand, when taking pictures of humans, the setting and the light will change according to your need. Therefore, know the difference between light and setting while taking pictures.

Multiple clicks for best shots

It is good to have multiple clicks for a particular scene. If you have more than one shot, then you will be able to decide which one is most-suited to your needs. With the advent of digital cameras, taking multiple shots is not a hassle. Previously, people would worry that taking multiple shots would use up the camera film. Therefore, when you take multiple shots, you can easily save the best one.

Becoming a photographer requires interest and understanding of the basic techniques. When you master those, you can certainly become a professional photographer.

About the Author

This article was written by Gary Klungreseth, owner and manager of a number of art related e-commerce websites including Blue Horizon Prints, Australia’s favourite canvas prints company offering the highest quality wall art at the lowest prices.

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