Posts Tagged ‘technique’

Wedding Photography Tips

Monday, August 17th, 2009

Recently, my cousin wanted some wedding photography tips and how to go about taking better wedding reception photos. I’m sure many would experience a lot of difficulties especially going for wedding night photos assignment for the first time. The wedding photography tips is based on my own experience and may not be the best way to go around doing it. After all each wedding photographer would find out by themselves what would be the best way to go about doing proper wedding reception photography.

Most of us are not super rich; we don’t have so much money to splurge on the best photography equipment! So we have to start with cheaper equipment and work our way up to better photography equipment later. (more…)

Photo composition – Shape, form, pattern and texture

Wednesday, March 18th, 2009

Photography basically is not just about snapping a picture, scenery or a person and just left it at that. To make it more attractive, you want to convey something distinctive like a shape, form, texture or pattern in the photo. Keep your eyes open in a scene or situation for something interesting looking out for form and shapes, patterns and texture and try to add it in creatively into your photograph. (more…)

Basic photography composition – rule of thirds

Wednesday, October 22nd, 2008

One of the fundamental photography basics rule that every photographer should know is the rule of thirds. Once, I chuckled when viewing an instructional video tutorial about learning photography when the instructor advised us to avoid putting the subject dead centre in the picture frame because it is deadly! Truly this is the rule to live by most of the time! (more…)

Basic photography composition technique

Wednesday, October 22nd, 2008

So you got yourself a brand new digital camera, so let’s go take some photos! Without some basic photography composition technique, you find that most pictures turn out to be uninteresting. You remedy that just by learning photography basics composition techniques. There are many rules, but the rules are not the be all and end all, must follow or die type of rules. They can be broken to achieve some other interesting effect. (more…)

Getting the digital SLR ready for your first photography shoot

Tuesday, October 14th, 2008

After purchasing your camera, I’m sure you would be most eager to take some photography basics pictures immediately. If there is some residual power in the battery even though it was pack brand new from the manufacturer, you could probably snap one or two. It would be better to fully charge the battery before exploring and learning the capability of your digital SLR camera. (more…)