Photographic CompositionIman khalfan Almhroqi 92714Adhra’a AL Resheidi 96861
Shooting landscapeLandscape photography isintended to show differentspaces within theworld, sometimes vast andunending, but other timesmicroscopic. Photographstypically capture the presenceof nature and are often freeof man-made obstructions.Landscape photographersoften attempt to documentthe space as well as convey anappreciation of the scenery
Landscape Photography Tips Set your camera to its lowest ISO speed Switch your camera from Av to Manual Switch your camera from Av to Manual Get yourself a good tripod Maximize your Depth of Field . Look for a Focal Point Think about Horizons
Shooting different angles of viewThe amount of a distant scenethat can be viewed using acamera lens This varies withthe focal length of the lensand film formatIn photography, angle of viewdescribes the angular extentof a given scene that isimaged by a camera. It is usedinterchangeably with themore general term field ofview.
Shooting different angles of view tipsShoot level with the horizon ifyou want a Wide Angle LensLook for unusual angles to lendmore interest to yourphotographs.Get down on the ground. Takeyour picture upward for a newperspectiveAlternatively, stand high andphotograph looking downwardsHave a center of interest, butset it off-center in your frame
Shooting lightningLight is a fundamentalpart of photography.Photographers use lightin their photographiccompositions, sometimes taking advantage ofthe natural light of theirsurroundings and othertimes manipulating lightsources to achieve thedesired lighting effect.
Lighting shoot TipsDetermine the quality of thelightGetting your positioning rightLong Shutter TimesTurn off Your FlashUse a TripodIn sunlight set your ISO to 100Pick The Time of Day to Shoot
Shooting sunsetsSome of the most dramaticlandscape photographs aretaken at start or end of theday. The magical time ofsunrise and sunset whennature’s palette of colorsexpands to utilizeoranges, reds and yellowsShooting sunset is take photoof sun during set down atbefore evening
Sunset shooting TipsFind the foreground first. The bestrecipe for a good sunset is some objectof interest in the foregroundShoot in aperture priority withexposure compensation while the sunis still in the sky, and then switch tomanual once the sun dips below thehorizonLook for objects which are reflectingthe sunset colorsMake sure to use a little flash ifyou’re shooting a portrait of someonestanding in front of a sunset
Shooting actions Definitiona photographicpicture featuring thesubject in motion oraction; also calledaction picture.
Shooting actions tipsTiming is a key element ingreat action photography,shoot at the right momentGive the subject space tomoveCheck the shutter speedUse a Tripod Choosing an appropriate point of view Waiting for the opportune moment
Shooting hard-to-focus subjectsShooting the smallsubject by focus on it asa main subjects of image
Shooting hard-to-focus subjects tipsBe close to the objectConcentrated in smallbodyUse the backgroundcontrastUse accurate cameraUse the correct angle
Shooting at nightLow light levels make nightphotography a challenging yetrewarding subject. The bestresults require specializedequipment, like SLRcameras, tripods, cable releasesand flashguns. After sunset, theeveryday world is magicallytransformed, and citybuildings, fireworks, thunderstorms and the northern lights allbecome popular subjects
Shooting at night tipsUse flashUse Night ModeFocus on lighting subject
PortraitPortrait photography or portraiture is a photography of a person or group of people that displays the expression, personality, an d mood of the subject. Like other types of portraiture, the focus of the photograph is usually the persons face, although the entire body and the background may be
PortraitKeep it SimpleExperiment with Subject ExpressionsShoot from Slightly Below Your Subject’s Eye lineKeep eyes in the upper thirdFill the frame with your subject.
PanoramaPanoramic photography is a technique of photography, using specialized equipment or software, that captures images with elongated fields of view. It is sometimes known as wide format photography.
Shooting panoramic tipsIf Your Camera Has A Panorama Mode, Use ItKeep It On The LevelDon’t Forget Vertical Panoramas!Look Up, Look Down, Look All AroundBe Careful with Super Wide Angle LensesCheck The Scene For Movement
macromacrophotography) is extreme close- up photography, usually of very small subjects, in which the size of the subject in the photograph is greater than life size (though macrophotography technically refers to the art of making very large photographs. By some definitions, a macro photograph is one in which the size of the subject on the negative or image sensor is life size or greater. However in other uses it refers to a finished photograph of a subject at greater than life size.
Shooting in macro tipsSelect Macro ModeUse a Tripodusing an SLR I would suggest choosing a larger aperture (small number) to get a nice shallow depth of fieldCreate ContrastGet Closer