Improve Your Photography: 25 Ways

Access to photography is quite convenient these days. Thanks to smartphones and social media, almost everyone around us actively takes photos nowadays. As a photographer, it’s thus very essential that you’re able to differentiate your work from that of others – the general population. Just pointing your camera at the subject and taking photos won’t do. Michael B. Estrin from list25 shares 25 tips to help you improve your photography:

In his comprehensive list of 25 tips to improve your photography, Estrin covers quite an array of tips and techniques. He starts with what sources you could use to get inspired. After all, it’s not just gear and techniques that help you to improve as a photographer.

He then goes about discussing the importance of getting to know your own camera and lens. The camera manual that most of us tend to ignore is actually a great source of information. Go through it once and you’ll be surprised by the amount of information you can gain from it.

Then there are other things like understanding the exposure triangle, trying out varieties of perspectives, understanding light, and learning to edit amongst others. Be sure to watch video in full to have a thorough understanding of all the tips and tricks. Even if you are just a beginner or an intermediate photographer, trying these tips will definitely help you to improve your photography to some extent. So why not give these tips a try?

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2 responses to “Improve Your Photography: 25 Ways”

  1. Lisa says:

    I’ve learned everything about my camera and photography, Thanks for that video! I really appreciate every step of them. One of the best lists yet. Thanks for sharing!

  2. Very cool post, thanks for the simple but effective tutorial! It’s a great one to refer people design love. Thanks!!

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