5 Photography Tips
Always Check Camera Settings
A real photography downer is shooting an entire session, thinking you really nailed it, only to discover in hindsight that you had the wrong camera setting the entire time. Before you begin the session, always take a quick look to see that you are on the right [setting] track.
Aim for the Eyes
When you’re taking a human portrait, you want to focus on your subject’s eyes. For starters, this makes a great photo composition, framing the entire shot around the part of the face that is arguably the most important. And chances are if you get the eyes right in portrait photography your photo will be a success.
Plan for the Location
There’s a fair amount of pre-planning involved in photography, especially when you are commissioned to take professional photos. To prepare yourself for a superb session, you need to know what to anticipate in terms of lighting, colors, permanent structures, traffic, heights, angles and more.
Get Ready for Some Math
You don’t need to be a certified numbers wizard, but some math (technically, it’s optics) does come with the territory. Rule of thirds, shutter speed, depth of field and other key terms in photography will require quick thinking and on-the-spot calculating.
Move Your Body
You want to be perfectly still when you click that button, but other than that you should be ready to stay in motion. Some shots will appear much better if you bend down, others will require you to seek some kind of elevation. You’ll find yourself moving back and forth, closer and further from your subject. In short, a good photographer tends to be in shape.
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