20 Tips Short Photography

Here are 20 quick tips for your photography information and add your photography skills, I’m sure some of it has been done but hopefully a few other new information. Click ¶ (if any) on the right side of each tip to see more detailed information. Please:
To practice your panning skills, shoot objects moving at normal speeds (people ride motorcycles, for example), use the shutter priority mode and set a maximum shutter speed of 1/30 second, slower is better. Watch your background! – ¶ –
For photographing macro (super close range), activate the Live View feature of your digital camera for easy checking depht of field and focus.
Filter CPL (polarization) are very useful to eliminate reflection of sunlight on water and glass, and also work to improve color of the sky. Do you ever wear sunglasses with polariser? – ¶ –
When photographing babies / young children, make sure you focus on the eyes. Nothing can beat the beauty of the eyes of children. – ¶ –
Megapixels are not the most important feature of a camera, the size of the most important features sensor
For portait photo (face) outdoors, try when the weather is overcast. If not, look for a dim area and not exposed to direct sunlight. Sunlight makes harsh shadows on the face. – ¶ –
When you take pictures in low light conditions and distress using autofocus, switch to manual focus. Features autofocus on camera is usually pretty long sought a focal point in dim conditions. – ¶ –
For photos silhouette, make sure you turn off the flash and use the sunset mode (for a pocket camera), for SLR use manual mode and measure the exposure in bright areas behind the object. – ¶ –
Then download a pdf version of the manual for your camera, so you easily perform rapid searches for the word you want to know than to flip through pages of paper. – ¶ –
Before leaving for the shoot, check the settings of your camera, do not let you use these settings wrong (photographing landscape with ISO 1000 for example). According to the pro photographer, good order is the following checks: check White Balance – activate warning Highlight – check the ISO setting – check the size of your image resolution. – ¶ –
Format the memory card in the camera only, never format the memory card computer. In addition to much faster and easier too far safer if you do it on camera.
If you have excess capacity hard disks in computers and likes to do photo editing, use when shooting RAW format, if not just use JPG. – ¶ –
If you really like landscape photography, photograph at the following hours: from 5 pm to 8 am and from 4 o’clock to 7 pm.
When taking pictures, look at the bright area into your viewfinder. If the brightness is too flashy than other areas, change the shooting angle.
For HDR photographs, use auto bracket mode. One more thing: for landscape HDR photos are terrible, just wait until a little cloudy, and start shooting. – ¶ –
If you buy a second-hand lens or camera, make sure you conduct a transaction with the seller to meet in person. You must examine the goods, hold and try it – ¶ –
To the extent possible, use an ISO setting as low as possible. Although noise reduction can reduce the noise generated by the high ISO, but it will reduce the overall image detail. – ¶ –
If the color makes your photo is too “busy” and crowded, turn your photos into black and white photo
To produce a good black and white photo, note the contrast in your photo. The more contrast (dark and bright areas vary), the great black and white photos. – ¶ –
Bring your camera wherever you go, the quickest way improve your photography is by extending the hours of flying, there is nothing better. – ¶ –