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Tuesday 22 May 2018
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How To Take Better Photos Without Too Much Hassle?

Photos are memories; they are the memory of the ones who are in them and also a memory for the one who has taken them if they are good photos. The truth is that everyone wants to take good photos, some can do that and some cannot. Most of the lucky ones who make good photos at some point in their life had some guide or professional photographers from where they got the tips. But this is a digital era. You can’t have an excuse for not making a sound photo because you never met any professional photographer to give you advice. You can easily find thousands of good suggestions and articles about photography on the internet. Secondly, there is image enhancer software available nowadays which can enhance photo quality to a much superior level.

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Let’s see some steps to take better photographs:

  • Get closer to the subject: Getting closer to the subject pops your photos. This will reduce the free space in the photo, and the focus will be on the subject without the viewer getting distracted; secondly, if you are closer, you catch the best expression of the subject in your camera.
  • Shoot there, shoot here, and shoot everywhere: Sounds funny, but that’s true. The more you practice taking photography, the better you would become with it. You would know by yourself which looks good and how. Your style is yours, don’t bother about it much, it will always be there in your photography, just first try to perfect your photography.
  • Be careful about the light: Lights are one of the major when you take a photograph. Although, you can use any suitable photo editor and make corrections of the light, still when you take a photo you should keep in mind where the light is falling and how is it falling on the subject. The natural lights matters by highlighting specific areas or casting shadows of the subject.
  • ISO adjustability: The shutter speed is of importance while taking a photo. Therefore, the question isn’t here about using ISO; it is about what ISO you should use and when? You have to use 800 to 1600 when it is too dark; whereas you can suit yourself with a sped of 100 or 200 in the middle of the day. You should remember that pixel size in your photo depends on your ISO, the higher the ISO, the higher will be the pixel size of your photo.