What I Learned In My First Photography Class That Everyone Should Know. I just attended my very first photography class and I can tell you it was way overdue. I have been taking photos for my real estate listings for 32 years and done a fairly good job. I am the designated photographer at family functions because I always seemed to get the better shots. On vacation, I am the one who volunteers to take the stranger’s group photos so all of them can be in the shot.
So why did I feel like I needed a class? I have seen the beautiful photography my fellow Rainers have posted and wanted mine to look like theirs. I recently upgraded my camera to a 35MM Canon and needed some instruction on how to use all the buttons.
My very first photography class is behind me now. I found that I have entered a new world with a different language. I did pick up some tips that I would like to share to help those that are like me who want to take better photos. What I learned at my very first photography class that everyone should know is just old-fashioned good sense.
1. Everyone can take good photos no matter the camera you may use.
2. Learn to use your camera to the fullest using all its buttons.
3. It is not necessarily the cost of the camera but the quality of the lens that matters.
4. Lighting is the crucial element. You need it to take good photos so use a flash when you lack good light.
5. Use a tripod to steady the camera and to get a clear shot.
6. Keep your lens protected and clean. Every little thing will show up on your lens and your photo.
7. Don’t be afraid to experiment and practice, practice, practice.
8. Don’t be intimidated by other people’s photos. Yours can also be that good.
9. Share your photos and look at other people’s photos and try to get the same effect.
10.Photo editing can correct a multitude of mistakes and less than perfect photos.
This is What I Learned In My First Photography Class That Everyone Should Know.
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