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Few Photography tips for begginers

  • Get Inspiration from photo stories, interviews, and resource articles
  • Improve your Skills with blog posts on photography techniques, software tips and tutorials
  • Bookmark Resources that can help you with your photography business
  • Stay informed about latest cameras, gear, and technologies.
  • The most important thing is light.
  • Photography is all about capturing light and beautiful photos are usually taken when the light is just right.
  • Second to that I'd say composition is really important. As a photographer you should be very aware of what to leave in and out of the frame.

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The best online tutorials for photographers

My tips to anyone looking to try and curate their own little room of the Internet are simple: Brand your work. Create something original and unique so that no matter where people see your work be it a picture, poem, piece of prose or painting they will know it's yours. Do that and then just keep at it, great content will eventually get noticed. The Internet is more egalitarian than we give it credit for.

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Perfect light for street art

For outfit posts or pictures of humans, the best time of day is what is called the "golden Hour," which is the last hour or two of sunlight in the day. You can pose with the sun slightly behind or to one side of you to make you "glow," which flatters every skin tone. For outfit shots, have the photographer bend their knees a bit so that the camera lens focuses on the center of the body, which won't make the head look too large. Conversely if they bend down too far, your feet will look huge and your head tiny! Lastly, think about composition. Every photographer's best friend is the rule of thirds. This applies less to outfit photos, but for landscapes, products, food etc. Divide your viewfinder into thirds (or ninths) and focus the main part of the image along the crosshairs that divide your thirds. Most cameras already have this feature, as it makes all photography more visually pleasing (and less generic!) to the eye.

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