Picture they say, can paint a thousand words and that by looking at it, it allows you to give a mirrored description of what you see on the subject.
It might be a toothless grin by your son on his birthday or your house blessing where your invited guests’ smile have graced and complemented the occasion.
Whatever it is, anyone could easily appreciate a beautiful photograph well taken that can be worth remembering.
In order to be able to get good pictures, you need to know the basic idea of how to do it and put the same into practice.
Herewith, are the tips:
*** The composition of photograph is the relationship among the objects within it. Take a main subject. It can be a center of your interest or a subject that tells a single story and capture them in their natural mode.
*** Take note that your subject may not always be at the center, it can be away from the center as long as the take is balanced. A good example, is a view of a distant object, it should have a large recognizable object in the foreground to give your picture depth and the objects should be arranged so that one side should not appear empty.
*** Do not take picture against the light because this would usually produced a flare, haze over the entire image and can sometimes washout the picture entirely. Instead, take picture with the light behind you so it can serve as a back light illuminating your photo or you can also use the light coming in from the side of your subject as it flatters most people’s faces.
*** You can take close up picture but not too close to cause your picture blurry, the closest distance you can take is a step away from the camera.
*** In group picture taking, get their attention, by telling them to look at the camera to instill their focus in one harmonious direction.
*** In taking moving objects, like children playing, capture the space in front of them to give the appearance that they have somewhere to move visually. Similarly, when the subjects are looking at the same direction, allow enough space to capture their line of sight to balance the whole picture.
*** Make your picture most colorful. Take warm hues like yellow, orange and red. They are attractive colors for your photographs.
*** Consider all angles possible before taking pictures with your subject. Take the picture from their eye level to capture them.
*** A plain background is best for a picture. Avoid cluttered and distracting background, it can ruin the entire scene itself. Before taking picture, consider the area surrounding your subject and take cognizance if there’s interference like a tree branch, a tree trunk and a pole.
*** Get a good camera that has an adjusting capability feature to photograph objects at different distances from the lens. For digital camera, choose a much higher megapixel to be sure of a high resolution result for your pictures.
To familiarize yourself in the use of your camera, be sure to educate yourself in order to achieve the maximum utilization and efficiency of your equipment.
Closely study their features in detail. In taking pictures allow yourself to explore the best of photography and don’t stop to learn new things and ask question from people knowledgeable and expert on this field.