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5 PhotographyMistakes That CanGive You DullPictures
Even if you have the most advanceddigital camera accessories, you cannot be successful ifyou don’t know the basics of phot...
Bad CompositionThe content of the picture as well as the proposition ofthe subject, foreground, and background will decide...
Level Of CameraMost amateur photographers often perceive that they have tokeep their digital photography equipment such as...
Improper LightingThe right light is what you need to capture an awesomemoment. Balance any dim or bright light by usingdig...
Camera Not Stabilized ProperlyUnwanted camera movements can cause blurriness andspoil your work completely. Minimize your ...
Taking Low Resolution Pictures    In order to capture more photos, most photographers    decrease the resolution of their ...
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Even if you have the most advanced digital camera accessories, you cannot be successful if you don’t know the basics of photography. This is an art that requires the same level of knowledge, practice, and precision as any other art.

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  1. 1. 5 PhotographyMistakes That CanGive You DullPictures
  2. 2. Even if you have the most advanceddigital camera accessories, you cannot be successful ifyou don’t know the basics of photography. This is an art that requires the same level of knowledge, practice, and precision as any other art. Here are some initial roadblocks that you have to overcome in order to click flawless pictures.
  3. 3. Bad CompositionThe content of the picture as well as the proposition ofthe subject, foreground, and background will decide thequality of your photography.A good picture should give maximum space to thesubject. Although there is no mathematical calculation, almost 85% of your photograph should be occupied by your subject. You can even consider blurring your background so that your subject gets the most attention.
  4. 4. Level Of CameraMost amateur photographers often perceive that they have tokeep their digital photography equipment such as theircamera close to their eyes. This is true, however; you have to make sure that the camera is at the eye level of your subject’s eye and not yours. When you are clicking a dog, knee down to reach its eye level and when you are shooting a person taller than you, stand on a platform. When you are clicking a dog, knee down to reach its eye level and when you are shooting a person taller than you, stand on a platform.
  5. 5. Improper LightingThe right light is what you need to capture an awesomemoment. Balance any dim or bright light by usingdigital photography equipment such as lighting bulbs,reflectors, softboxes, barndoors, and much more. Flash photography causes red eye so if possible avoid it as much as possible. If you are shooting in the daylight always have the sun behind you. For lighting your subject’s face, use reflectors. For indoor photography, diffuse your studio light to get rid of unwanted shadows and hot spots.
  6. 6. Camera Not Stabilized ProperlyUnwanted camera movements can cause blurriness andspoil your work completely. Minimize your camerashake to get clear sharp photos. For this, you need to use tripods or monopods. If you don’t have any of these, place your camera on a stable surface and use a remote shutter release. The core idea is to stabilize your camera as much as possible.
  7. 7. Taking Low Resolution Pictures In order to capture more photos, most photographers decrease the resolution of their cameras. Make sure you always take high resolution pictures. Increase the memory of your camera but do not decrease the resolution.Photography is not just about taking your camera and clickingimages. It’s an art and you have to follow certain principles inorder to be the best at it.
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