Over the next few days and weeks I will be releasing a series of basic 101 photography tips that I think are worth while sharing, inspirational, and hopefully make for better Photography. I am always thrilled to get feedback and comments or suggestions. Hope you enjoy the photo tips and find them helpful!
Photo Tip #8 of 20: When in doubt, leave things out and remove them from your composition. If there is something in the picture that is irrelevant to the photography subject or that somehow doesn’t support the cause, try eliminating it. In this tree picture from Acadia National Park I eliminated the boring overcast sky and by the select focus on some of the tree trunks and moos I was able to eliminate distracting branches and trees while producing a more intimate New England Landscape Photography composition of the scenery.
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If you are a beginner and starting a career in photography then these tips are very essential. For professional photography you need to learn certain techniques about light and selection of lens. Keep posting such tips, they are very helpful.ReplyDelete
That’s actually what my blog is all about. Real photo tips that are easy to understand and easy to implement next time one is out and about. To me the learning process in photography is never ending and one can always improve upon the last image. See, I provide plenty of photography tips through my blog for beginners and advanced photographers and instead of sharing a “professional” photography tip you kept it open ended to certain techniques, light and lens selection. What is your best single photography tip that one can apply to all sorts of nature photography MSP(as my blog is mostly about nature photography? Happy Friday, Juergen www.RothGalleries.comReplyDelete