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Top 10 Photography Tips For Beginners


Taking high quality photos is easy on cell phones and tablets for everyone on The Gold Coast for photography. So before you rush out and buy an expensive camera do a bit of experimenting to find the types of photos you enjoy taking then you can upgrade to the perfect camera for you later. Consider these other tips as well: 1. Tripod Think about getting a tripod for your camera as the best photos are often taken using one. Tripods are also great for selfies as you can set the area and use the timer option to get ready and set the scene. 2. Have Your Camera Handy Keep your camera handy so you’re always ready to take a great shot as opportunities happen at unexpected times. 3. Carry a notebook Keep a notebook to jot down places of interest to take photos and include details like the time and lighting for your Gold Coast photography experience. Some smartphones have a notebook feature to make it easier. 4. Simple Shots Often places you know, do not seem like an ideal place to take great photos, but others are not so familiar with your backyard so look and see what is there. Often different light conditions a stray animal or new plant can make a great shot.

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5. Photography is learning Learning to take photos is a continuous learning process and can be very enjoyable whether it’s a hobby of you’re aiming to be a professional photographer you will always be learning something new, even after years of experience. There are new subjects of interest always passing by and new technology to take advantage of with many free learning opportunities on the net and in everyday life. 6. Experimentation Your camera even if it is just a point and shoot model has different settings (some cell or smartphones have fully auto settings). Try taking photos with different settings and note the difference. When you view your photos on your PC you can find the setting used for each photo on the properties setting. The modern digital camera is free for each photo until you print it out (printing costs) not like the way it was when you had to have your film developed to see the photos, this often made experimenting and mistakes costly. 7. Timing The start and the end of the day can be the best time for the lighting conditions of outdoor scenes and often there will be fewer people around. 8. Flash for Filling Use your flash even on sunny days as this can remove shadows on faces caused by hats or noses etc.

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9. Filters Learn to use different filters as they can cut out atmospheric haze and glare. 10. Continuity Try and take photos every day so you remember everything and the different techniques you have discovered. The more you take photos the better you will become at taking perfect interesting shots.

Photography is an exciting field to get into and explore whether for a hobby or you wish to become a professional, there is always more to learn. It is best to start with inexpensive gear and then update when you have experimented and discovered the type of photography you enjoy.

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The Top 10 Photography Tips for Beginners  

Photography is an exciting field to get into and explore whether for a hobby or you wish to become a professional, there is always more to l...

The Top 10 Photography Tips for Beginners  

Photography is an exciting field to get into and explore whether for a hobby or you wish to become a professional, there is always more to l...

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