How to be a good photographer
By vinyl Backdrop on 26 Jul 23:06, 0 comments
How to become a good photographer and take beautiful pictures, many people will ask me this question. Below, I can give you a few suggestions. 1.Close to the subject The famous photojournalist Robert Capa once said: "If your photos are not good enough, you are not close enough." "He said that he is involved. If you think your picture does not "pop", then it is away from you. Take a step or two with the subject. Fill the frame with your theme to see how good your photos look and don't waste too much space. The closer you are to the subject, the more you can see their faces expression.
2. Shooting every day The best way to improve your skills is to practice. Shooting as much as possible - nothing does not matter. Spend a few hours behind your camera. As time goes on, your technical skills will continue to improve, and your ability to use these skills to tell stories will increase. Don't worry too much about shooting in a specific way,experiment. Your style , your "sound" will appear sooner or later. This will be more real
3 See the light Before you lift the camera, look at where the light comes from and use it. Whether it's natural light from the sun or an artificial light source like a lamp; how do you use it to make your photos better? How does light interact with scenes and themes? Does it highlight an area or project interesting shadows? These are all you can A thing used to make a normal photo different. 4. Request permission It is difficult to communicate when photographing people, especially in countries with different cultures and languages. In some countries, if the photo you took is not what you should "take", if you are not careful, it will quickly become ugly and rough. So out of respect, you should always ask for permission. Peoplelimits himself to smiles, handshakes, "hi-five" and pictures on the back of the camera. You will be amazed at how quickly people are open.
5. Using flash during the day You may think that you should only use the flash at night or indoors, but this is not the case. If the weather outside is very sunny, the sun creates a strong shadow on your subject and turns on the flash. By applying extra light to your subject, you will be able to fill those ugly shadows and create a uniform exposure. 6. ISO When deciding which ISO to use, there are some questions to ask yourself: When do you shoot every day? If you shoot outdoors at noon, you need to use a lower ISO, such as 100 or 200. If you shoot without a tripod at night, you will have to increase the ISO to a higher number so you can record the light on the camera sensor.Will this theme be ignited very well? If your theme or scene is too dark, you will need to use a higher ISO, such as 800 or 1600. Do you want a clear image or an image with more motion? Capturing fast motion with a high shutter speed may mean you need to compensate with a high ISO. Similarly, if you use a slow shutter to capture blur, you need a low ISO to compensate.
7. Buy a book Having expensive camera equipment doesn't mean you can take good photos. I have seen some great photos, but I took themwith my smartphone. Instead of having ten different shots, invest in some great photography books. By watching the works of the masters, you can not only get inspiration, but also come up with ideas to improve your photos. 8. Read your camera manual The best way to know how to use your camera is to read the instructions. Many people have missed an important step in the journey of photography. Every camera is different, so by reading the manual, you will learn all the weird things it can do. 9. Break the rules Now that you know some rules, go and break them. Don't be afraid of errors. Learn from mistakes. Make your own tips and tricks to take great photos