Nov 29 2009

Photography and the ways on getting great shots

Published by at 8:58 am under General

One of the things that people love to do in their lives is to take photographs of almost anything dear to them or something that catches their attention.Whether it is practiced professionally or just something to capture memorable moments with and family, a lot of people do it.And people loved it more with the invention of digital cameras especially those point-and-shoot digital cameras.But taking good photographs is not just about looking for something to take,pointing, then shooting.  In fact if you really want to take nice photos there are some things you can do.So, here are some of the tips to help you in taking great photos.

First one is a big help in taking great photos.They call it perspective. The place where you will take the shot is very important.Taking a picture from the side of the subjects will result to a totally different perspective as compared to a shot from the front of the subject.  I have seen this firsthand doing San Diego wedding photographer.Taking photos at different angles will result to different looks using the same subject or scenery.By taking shots in different angles you can see which shot is the most beautiful. 

Here is another uncommon one.Don’t make your subjects as the center of your shots. Most people are taught to make sure your subject is in the center of the picture.  I have seen from my experience taking photos as a San Diego photographer this doesn’t always produce the best shot.By changing the style of the shot you can create a more attractive shot with varying flows.

Last tip is to use a technique they call depth.  With this you are trying to amplify the depth of a shot.So that you can take a 3-dimensional shot rather than a 2 dimensional one.  This makes for beautiful shots.  This has helped me make some of my San Diego event photography come alive.Rather than looking a flat photo, the shots should make someone feel that they are also there in the picture.

Following these tips will turn some of your amateur photography into beautiful expressions.

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