If you want to be a photographer you must learn more than just pressing a button to take pictures, you’ll have to learn to compose really good shots, make the most of the light you have, whether it is indoor or outdoor, and photograph everything you lay your eyes on.
If you do your best, you will end up using the same tricks as the professional photographers do and all of a sudden you will be taking pictures like the ones in this article.
Contrary to what it may seem at a first glance, minimalism in photography is open to a lot of creativity, while, of course, the rules of minimalism are applied. The less is more phrase doesn’t exist for nothing, in photography it means that the whole attention is brought towards the subject of the photo, without various elements in the photo which would distract the viewer from the center of attention.
Taking photos that would be in the minimalist photography category is not that easy. The elements that are put into the photo must be kept to a minimum, but the ones that are present should be significant to the overall idea and symbolism of the photo.
If you are interested in minimalist photography, you can take a look at these 39 examples for inspiration so you can see how other photographers managed to create this type of photography.
Learning to be a photographer isn’t an easy task. There’s the old practice makes perfect saying but that doesn’t work very well unless you have a solid foundation. This solid foundation is quite difficult to build if you don’t buy a book written by a professional photographer from where you can learn some tips and guidelines.
It’s a complicated profession and although you may see a lot of people who call themselves photographers it doesn’t mean that they are actually good at it. Being just a random photographer is easy. You read a few articles online to learn a thing or two, but that’s about all you can get from the internet. There are the occasional free ebooks, but what is free is not necessarily comprehensive.
What you need is not just a great photography book, you need a collection showcasing some of the best photography books from where you can learn in a serious matter about photography, digital or traditional. You will see in this serious list of 44 books that there are books which cover basics, books which want to cover everything and books which are specialized on a single thing, like wedding photography, portrait photography, night photography etc.
Landscape photography inspires millions of photographers. If you’re one of them, you’ll find new insight into landscape photography in this book by professional photographer Harold Davis, as well as tips, tricks, and technical advice to help you improve the quality of your photos.
You’ll learn to use lighting and composition creatively, choose and use appropriate equipment, look at your subject matter in a new way, and even when to break the rules in order to capture the best image of all. Illustrated with the author’s own spectacular landscape photos.
If you are an amateur photographer and want to learn all there is to know about photography or you are a professional and think that you have forgotten a few things or never learned them the proper way, then using a photography cheatsheet or more than one is an easy way to learn techniques that will most likely be useful.
I’m not a photographer but I’m a fan of what some people are doing with their cameras. I appreciate their work a lot and if I would be a photographer I would be really excited if one of these top notch photographers would do a cheat sheet explaining how to do certain procedures or what to follow when doing a certain type of photo, for example portrait, food or wedding photo.
This article contains a large number of photography cheat sheets, 37 to be more precise, and I hope these will be useful to any person who wants to be a versatile photographer and know almost everything that there is about photography. You’ll notice that some are actual cheat sheets and others look more like infographics, but what matters is that they are useful.
What makes a champion out of an Aurora photographer? His amicably done work, his best selling pictures, his will to beat the odds, the vision that guides him to explore the vast stunning Universe, all combined in one. Surely, he is not the only one who has seen and felt the beauty of the night; that has turned him into a nocturnal reverie freak. Mind blowing photographs that depict the charm of the Celestial, right from the Sunrise to the Moonlit, Starlit nights comprise the Aurora photographs. You never fail to wonder whether there is some occult power in the Aurora photographs.
A lot was being said about how moon affects the tides, in the last few decades. Similarly, it was discovered that stars too are born, they grow old and they die like humans do. Exploring the night, the beauty that the moon and the stars have in them, it becomes obvious for a photographer to come up with soul inspiring pictures that make you feel ONE with the Universe. In short, during these times of the present, the moon crescent, the glowing sun, the rising sun that is very closely captured through the eye of the Camera, creates a photographic genius out of a person. Mesmerized in totality, while doing Aurora photography, all begin to feel that each picture shot ought to be different, there ought to be a touch of magical gloss in whatever one is willing to bring to highlight through his work.
This crazy feeling of having a word or two with the moon or the glazing big ball of fire never leaves you, the photographer alone. Half eaten meals, chilled beer mugs, a dash of fresh warm water bath, maddening rush to reach your office studio: all mean to convey that you have a fascination for Aurora Photography and you are witlessly engaged in getting your very best beautiful photographs of Aurora. Shooting stars, morning glory will continue to rule your heart and those of the people around you. You find yourself foot tapping to your song of the adolescent years, ‘Soaked with emotions, those crazy notions…!’ Picture perfect! Wouldn’t it?