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  • 1. Digital Photography Tips – How To Become A ProfessionalPhotographerMaybe you have a camera, enjoy snapping photos and really would like to become a professionalphotographer, and learn how to generate cash throughtaking pictures.Becoming a digital photographer is easily achievable, andunless you want to make a living as a professionalphotography reporter, you won’t need conventionaltraining, and you can learn bit by bit as you go andgradually become a skilled photographer.To take quality photos, you’ll need a digital camera whichhas a resolution with a minimum of five mega pixels, as a 5mega pixel image resolution is the minimum you’ll requirefor your photographs to be approved by Microstockphotography web sites, so you can in fact sell your picturesonline.Once you’ve acquired a bit more expertise and possess clear ideas of the kinds of photos youwant to take, you will want to look at buying a higher-end digital SLR which incorporates a quicklens.Start off by taking as many photos as possible, and as many different types of photographs as youcan. This will help you learn how to master your digital camera, especially the different settingsrequired for different lighting effects.You will then need to build up a stock portfolio of your photography which you’ll be able to show toyour potential customers. Some of the most popular photo topics would be of landscapes,portraits, wedding celebrations, pet photography, just to name a few.So just as an example, to build up a stock portfolio for landscape digital photography you mightwant to shoot pictures of surroundings that are unique to your town or city.If you are invited to a wedding, you can practice taking photos of the wedding party and get somefeedback from the happy couple. As for portrait photography, you could start by snapping a fewpictures of friends, colleagues, and family members.Mastering how to become a photographer is painless for those who have a love for this commonhobby, and you’ll discover digital photography is an extremely captivating area to work in whenyou see that every photograph you take is completely unique, and that your work is truly sort after,and that people are prepared to pay for your photos.
  • 2. Best 5 Photography Tips To Take Better Photos If you are looking to improve on your digital photos, then just follow these all important basic 5 photography tips. You will soon be taking perfect photography every time you snap away on your camera. 1) Be imaginative So just how are you going to take a picture that stands out from the rest, is a question you may have to ask yourself every time you are focusing on common subject material. You need to understand that millions of similar photography is posted every day on the Internet. So should you be spending your time on commonly taken photography? Let’s tackle that one in the verynext of our 5 photography tips…2) Take a close look at the perspectiveWe always tend to look at things from our own point of view, but imagine how the world would looklike from a the small perspective of a puppy dog. Have a go at changing your eye level and trytaking photos from different angle views, and just play around with the perspectives – Get yourchildren to lie down on the grass, head in hands, with you taking the shot lying down – it really issuch an awesome perspective.3) Have a look at instant camera feedbackMost modern day digital cameras come with a really fantastic tool, which most of us will just tendto ignore, so make good use of your camera’s instant feedback. By checking every picture we canlearn from our mistakes.4) How to get the best out of the sunIndoor flash photography will never produce the same results as the sun light does. Someoneonce told me that behind every great shot is the sun, and that really is so true. So whenever youtake a photo outdoors, always set yourself up between your subject and the sun. Keep the sunbehind you, and capture the real beauty of your illuminated subject.5) Learn from your critiquesWell let’s just say your critique is your very best friend or family member, but just listen to theircomments and make a mental note of them. Next time you get an opportunity to take some greatphotos, just remember what you need to improve on and each shot will look better and better onyour camera feedback display.I hope you have enjoyed these Photography tips, and for more valuable answers about how totake perfect photos every time, take a look at this FREE Photography Tips Report by clicking onthe link below…
  • 3. Photography Online Lesson – 6 Tips To Capture FantasticPhotos Do you find it difficult to snap perfect digital photos? Lots of people take photographs for years, but just can’t take that stunning image they’d dreamed of. So, just how can you snap that perfect photograph? well, while there is a little bit of trial and error involved, there’s also a straight forward solution as explained in this online photography lesson. An awesome picture starts off as a vision in your head, and is then captured by your camera… Sounds simple enough, and really is if you follow these 6 fantastic tips to capture stunning photos. 1. Become more acquainted with Your Camera. I know that may sound like common practice, but most people are guilty of just purchasing a digital camera, and then neveronce look at the manual enclosed. This is a vital part of getting to know your camera, as yourinstruction manual explains how to deal with exposure, what the distinctive camera modes do, aswell as the basic elements such as the flash.2. Controlling the Flash. One of the most essential things you’ll need to be experienced with indigital photography is how to manage the flash. Relying on the built in automatic flash really is abad habit to get into, as in many cases, you might need to turn your flash off or on to capture theperfect photo.For example, when taking outdoor shots, the flash is required to light up a particular area ofinterest in the shade. Alternatively, you may need to turn off your flash while shooting picturesindoors to avoid photo glare.3. Play around with the Macro Mode settings. Virtually all camera today’s come with a macrosetting. This mode is perfect for taking closeup pictures of subjects like plants or birds, and on myCanon PowerShot S500, it’s displayed as a flower symbol.4. Hold that camera steady. Holding the camera steady is a must to produce perfect photos. Manydigital cameras have a Liquid crystal display, so you are able to make use of this to properly frameyour pictures, so while setting yourself up, let the horizontal lines guide you.5. Why a Tripod. Tripods are extremely useful in photography, especially when takingphotographs in low-light conditions or when shooting fast moving subjects. Try to find a tripod thatis easy to carry and lightweight, as you may need to climb up a mountain one day.6. ISO Settings. I have found the ISO function to be very helpful, as it essentially regulates thedigital camera’s sensitivity to brightness. Work with a minimal ISO function for still subjects, suchas a rose, as this allows a quicker shutter speed. On the other hand, A higher ISO mode aroundfour hundred would be better for taking photos of moving subjects like children playing.I hope that the photography lesson has been able to provide you with some great tips for shootinggreat digital photos. And remember that although the latest and greatest digital cameras possessamazing features, you still need a skilled photographer to snap attractive photos.