Saturday, 11 June 2011

Photography Tips

As in any other field of business, being a photographer is not an exception which requires a habit to finish his job efficiently. Its always a good habit of doing a proper do's and don'ts which make a photographer from just a photographer to a good photographer. It’s totally unacceptable to achieve creative goals if ignore the basic guidelines whether you are a pro or an average photographer. By keeping all that in your mind always with you helps you in getting the most desired results that you are looking or sometime larger than life. You may be wondering what are the basic guidelines that I am boasting about don’t worry I am going to touch a few but remember that’s not all you must do your own research and I am not going to offer you some hard and fast rules for you photography.

You might have heard the term know the rules then break the rules and remember don’t break all everyone have their own preferences.
Here are the basic guidelines for digital photographer with compact camera:

1. Choosing the right mode between automatic vs. manual at the right time.
1st step is to knowing your camera well by doing some experiments with your camera, you must be well aware of the results that your camera produces at different modes with different lighting conditions day, night, rain, fog, drizzle, smoke, mountains & beach etc,. You’ve got the idea. So you can rapidly switch to correct mode by knowing your camera well that will definably helps you in getting the desired results that you are looking for.

2. Get in the habit of carrying your tools with you every photo session
You must gather tools to aid you in capturing amazing images. Must carry along spare storage stuff and power whichever is compatible with your camera. To quash the changes of getting bad images with blur you must carry extra spot lights with you usually used in indoor shooting, some sandwich by just assuming what happens if you feel hunger where there is no food near you so you start worrying about you hunger instead of getting you best shot.

3. Routine of Reaffirm Your Work
Recheck properly after every shot that you got the right and desired one since you are at the location you can get another one instantly sometimes the preview from the LCD differ from the one that you capture for example viewing a scene at you LCD preview is perfect but when you press the shutter can move you camera to an undesired focus that can disturb you image can also produce unexpected blur at times.

4. Stick with ISO setting if not well aware of custom advance settings
You easily switch to different ISO settings when capturing at different location it has different predefined settings for different conditions which most of the time does a pretty good job.
Good Luck…

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