Posted on Jan 21, 2010 | Comments 1
Today everyone has a digital camera, but this does not make him a photographer.
Being a photographer requires a lot of knowledge, sense and creativity, a good eye for spotting an image and a good timing for taking it.
It is true, anyone who wants to make beautiful and vivid photographs must possess this skills. The same rules apply for both amateurs and professionals.
The first thing every photographer needs to know is that the detail is what makes the photo memorable.
Yet photographing details is not the easiest thing to do, but on the other hand, it is not something that a little bit of experimenting and practice wouldn’t help to overcome.
It is very important for a photographer to have a clear vision of the image he likes to take, what details should that photo include and what is the end goal of it.
There are various ways to include or put an accent on the details. The easiest ways is to use the focus, or the lighting, or maybe an effect like color accent. The macro mode is also excellent for doing detailed close-ups. Still the best way to do this is to use the manual focus.
Only with this a photographer can make the details really stand out from the background of the image.
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