Posts Tagged ‘positive and negative space’

5 Tips For Better Photos

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There's more to getting a great photo than just being at a great location and getting the correct settings dialed in on your camera. In this article I'll cover five tips that can help you get great photos, even if you're not at a great location (but help you really show off the location if you are). And these tips require no technical knowledge of camera settings, so even if you use your in auto mode, they will help you get better photos.

5 Tips For Better Photos

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Written by Discover Digital Photography

February 1st, 2015 at 3:11 pm

The Power of Opposition – Make Them Feel What You Felt

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Have you ever hiked for two or three hours to get somewhere; took tons of photos, but when they came back you were disappointed? Somehow you lost the magic; it just didn’t feel the same. How do you know the difference between a waterfall that is 200 feet tall, or an extreme close-up of a creek trickling over some rock 2 inches tall? In some cases you don’t. Now if you are doing that on purpose, that’s cool. It’s called an optical illusion. But . . . if you’re doing it by accident, that’s called poor photography.

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Written by Guest

November 19th, 2011 at 7:41 pm