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Top Tips From The Experts About Photography When taking photographs, learning the art of getting a picture-perfect moment every time is easy if you know the right tricks. After following the advice found in this guide, you will have a much better understanding of ways to enhance your current abilities, and discover other ways to improve your talents in wedding photography, birthday photography and event photography. In order to take good pictures, get closer to what you want to photograph. Many cameras allow you to zoom in on your object, but you will get a better-quality photo if you actually get closer instead of relying on the zoom feature. Besides, you need to take a good look at what you are taking a picture of so as to get a better feel for it. Compose your photograph carefully. Sometimes you might have to actually move things around to get the proper contrast or light you want. If you are taking pictures of objects, turn them to get the proper angle. As you progress, you will learn how to make a scene look natural when you compose it. Try to enhance the sense of depth in your landscape photos. Get a sense of scale by having a person or object placed in the foreground. A small aperture, usually smaller than f/8 in many digital cameras and f/16 for SLR's, allows greater sharpness throughout the entire picture. Make sure you have a focal point for your photograph. This should be the first thing that the viewer's eye is drawn to. Whether it's a flower, a person, or a bird, every shot you take should have a specific focal point. Don't only think about what the focal point is, but figure out the best spot for it in the shot. Wedding When preparing to shoot some kind of wedding, try getting unexpected shots of little details to warm yourself up, like a makeup bag or a flower close up. Of course, there's also the possibility that you'll catch a beautiful, spontaneous shot or two. Do things that you would otherwise think to be crazy. Put a small child in an adult size fireman's boots, hat and coat. Throw a woman in a pool with floating flower petals wearing a gorgeous wedding gown. These photos are sure to catch the attention of the passing eye and likely captivate the viewer. When shooting a memorable occasion, such as a wedding photography or birthday or sporting event, remember that some of the best stories are told on the sidelines. The main action is obviously important to capture, but it's often the intimate, unrehearsed moments that portray the real emotion of the occasion. At a special event where you take responsibility for the photography, it's a good idea to sit down ahead of time and put together a list of the photos that you and the attendees really want to get. It can help you stay focused and organized during the event. Birthday


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