Posted on Mar 11, 2008 | Comments 0
With the popularity of digital cameras, the photography techniques have traveled an amazing distance in the last decade.
The joy of digital photography increased before the digital cameras became a hit. Even a skilled photographer needs some techniques to improve his ability in photography.
One of the greatest benefits of digital photography is that you are free to take pictures, and if you don’t like those picture you can just delete them in a fraction of second.
Digital photography techniques:
- Selecting a good digital camera: There are various types of cameras in the market; take a look of those cameras and decide the camera, whether it can be a power shot, cyber shot, advanced camera, pocket sized camera or an extended zoom camera.
- Know the functions: Spend an hour or two reading the manual, this will really help you to get familiar with the functions your camera is providing. Many digital cameras have different photography techniques. Get to know them all. Don’t be shy taking different pictures in different styles and formats provided by your digital camera. This will help a lot to know about the features when you start clicking pictures seriously.
- Digital camera accessories: You can’t just click the image with a single camera, you need some accessories. First of all, get a bag to store your camera and save from scratches. Get extra lens and an external flash if your camera supports such things. In addition to others, you also need a tripod– this will really help a skilled or an amateur photographer. This will give shake proof images and lessen your fault pictures which are caused due to mishandling the camera.
- Make use of LCD: This will also lessen the false images. This will almost cover the faults which you cannot identify in the normal lens view.
- Light: This tip may sound simple. But light is the main factor which will affect the detailing and sharpness of your picture. If it is extremely light (bright sun or in snow) in the back ground, this will affect the picture and add dark shadows to your photos. Try to make use of light by facing towards the light but not parallel to the light.
- Never take a single shot: Never get satisfied with a single shot. Don’t worry about the memory; you have the opportunity of deleting the files you don’t like. Experiment with the shots, give a break trying for the center shot. Experiment from different angles and see the greatness of those pictures you took.
- Don’t experiment with new one: Don’t start your photography techniques with a new digital camera. Try an old or a disposable one, this not only gives you an idea of photography, but also make you learn handle and care about your camera. Experimenting on a new camera may spoil it and this may kill the ease of photography in you. So handle with care.
Follow these fundamental photography techniques for successful photography.
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