Thursday, November 27, 2014

Thirty-Five Photography Tips From Professional Photographers

This is a list of tips, rules and things to know about armed photography by professional photographer Eric Kim. Originally posted on Gizmodo, but I liked it so much I wanted to share with you

1. Just because someone has an expensive camera does not mean it's a good photographer.

2. Always take pictures in RAW format. Always.

3. A fixed lens helps you become a better photographer.

4. Editing your photos is an art in itself.

5. The rule of thirds works 99% of the time.

6. Macro photography is not for everyone.

7. UV filters work as well as the lens cap.

8. Go outside and take photos instead of spending hours on forums about photography.

9. Capture the beauty of the mundane and have a great photograph.

10. Roll is not better than digital.

11. Digital is not better than to roll.

12. No camera or lens magic.

13. Best lenses do not get better pictures of itself.

14. Spend less time looking at the work of others and more time growing your own.

15. Do not carry your DSLR to parties.

16. Women like photographers.

17. Take pictures in black and white does not make art.

18. People always credit you away if you tell them you used Photoshop. Better tell that procesaste in your digital darkroom.

19. It is not necessary to take a picture of everything.

20. Have at least two parts of each photo. As they say in the war, two is one and one is nothing.

21. Leave the neck strap and get a hand to.

22. Get close to what you're photographing, often makes it look much better.

23. Be part of the scene, not just an observer.

24. Taking pictures squatting often makes them look more interesting.

25. Worry less about technical issues and more for each image composition aspects.

26. Cover the logo of your camera with black ribbon, I will highlight less.

27. Always low exposure 2/3 of a point when in full sunlight.

28. The more photos you take out, the better you will be.

29. Do not be afraid to take multiple photos of the same scene at different exposures, angles or openings.

30. Just show your best photos.

31. Any camera is still a camera.

32. Join a photography forum online.

33. Criticises the work of others.

34. Think before you take the picture.

35. A good picture is self-explanatory, but context information never hurts.

It would seem that the base is: take as many pictures as you can (and not look stupid).
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