Better Photography Practice Means Applying Simple Techniques
Everyone wants to take better pictures. That is why some of us are obsessed with our photography techniques. In almost all of my workshops there are some common questions regarding the guidelines for better photography practice.
Better Photography Practice simply means to understand and apply some very basic, yet important techniques while taking photographs. These simple techniques are so versatile and easy to remember. In this series of articles I am going to discuss these skills so you can build your own better photography practice.
Better Photography Practice
Building Your Better Photography Practice Routine
Better Photography Practice is different from Composition and camera settings. Here at Omnilargess Photography Classes we do offer different workshops for all level of photographers. After learning the skills, it is time to learn how to apply the techniques in real life photography. That is what I call Better Photography Practice (I made the name)!
Generally speaking you need to have a routine for each and every genres in your photography practice. As an example you know how to set the camera (Shutter Speed, Aperture, ISO, Etc.), and you are familiar with Composition Rules, but you want know to where to start,. This is the part that I will cover in upcoming posts.
Where should I start?