Saturday, May 4th, 2013
You can instantly add a something extra to just about anything you photograph if you get up close
For portraits and pet photos you can get more detail in your shot by getting closer to your subject.
Take a few steps forward to get in close to your subject or use the camera’s zoom if you can’t get physically closer. Fill the viewfinder with your subject and then shoot. Not only will your subject look great but you will remove excess background from the image which generally removes unnecessary and unwanted detail.
Labels: better photography, how to take photos, photographing pets, photography how to, portrait techniques
Wednesday, April 24th, 2013
Looking to add something extra to your photos? Add a natural frame
When composing a photo, add more interest to the photo by framing it with something in the foreground.
You can use a window or tree to create a natural frame for a landscape or a building to give the image more depth.
Here the subject herself creates a frame for her reflection in the mirror.
Labels: better photography, how to take photos, photo techniques, photography how to, reflection, shooting portraits, tips and tricks