Ah, photography. It's an amazing hobby, career, activity. I love to take pictures of anything and everything. I hope to be a professional photographer some day, I'm passionate about it. Autumn is just around the corner, and it's the perfect time to get out there with your camera. The colors, animals, lighting, it makes for great photos! You can get some good shots on your own, but you can make them better if you know how to use your camera, settings, and if you're creative. Here's a few helpful tips...
1. Play around with the camera settings. Aperture, Shutter speed, Micro, etc. Take photos using the different settings and learn what they do.
|6. Get closer or farther away from your subject. Don't put your camera in a flower, but also don't stand five feet away. Change the distance between you and your subject to get the picture you want.|
|7. Background matters. Watch you background, you don't want it to distract from the subject. Sometimes your background will even be in better focus than the subject, so be watchful for that.|
8. ISO. Change the ISO according to the lightness or darkness around you. If it's super sunny, don't have your ISO set to 1600! Dark and can't see much, and your ISO is set to 100? Bad idea! You've got to pay attention to that. Need help knowing what to set the ISO to? Click HERE
These simple tips will make your photos SO much better! These photos were taken by me, a few of them were taken today!