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Photography has come along way since the days of the daguerreotypes, which was the early type of device used to take photographs.
Technology has changed many things but no where is it more evident than with digital photography. Digital photographs give instant access to the photos you have taken and has eliminated the need for and film processing.
Cameras on the market today are priced to fit everyone\’s budget and the the point and click ease with which you can now take photos guarantees everyone can now enjoy this wonderful art. Digital technology allows people to either develop their photos on their own, using photo editing computer software programs, or print their photos directly from their cameras or memory cards. You can even distribute your photos to family and friends through email or photo sharing websites.
However, for many people out there photography is about more than a simple point and click. Professional and amateur photographers alike consider photography an art form and believe that the simple act of taking a photograph requires planning, patience and effort. To these people the act of taking a photograph is not so simple.
Here is a list of tips for taking better pictures
1. Try to eliminate shadows on your subject when taking photos on bright sunny days. You can do this by using your cameras flash feature which should get rid of shadows that might appear when the sun is at an angle.
2. Pick a backdrop that will showcase your subjects; if possible pick something that won\’t distract the viewer\’s eye from them. Generally a subtle backdrop that is not too distracting is best.
3. When taking outdoor photographs you have to make sure you pay attention to what\’s happening around you. This way strangers don\’t mysteriously appear in group shots!
4. Voice your intention prior to taking a photograph. Giving your subjects direction will help you get the shot you are looking for the first time. This is especially important if you are photographing an important event such as a ceremony or function. Make sure you get the photos you want by telling your subjects to smile, ask them to fix their hair if it\’s unruly, etc.
5. When taking outdoors shots photographers should avoid going head to head with the sun. This makes the people in the picture appear as if they are enshrouded in shadows!
6. The best photos are those that are unplanned and not staged. Candid photos are more exciting to look at and are enjoyed more.
Anyone can take great pictures, with just a little bit of patience and a lot of practice. You can make those precious fleeting moments of everyday life lasts a lifetime.
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