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Submitted : 2013-04-09 15:02:45    Word Count : 708    Popularity:   0

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When you take your best shots, always try to better them by recreating them later. Sometimes you don't even know what it is that makes a shot great. By trying to recreate it, you can learn what it was that made it great and apply that element to your future shots.

Filters that you should consider investing in include; the polarizing filter to decrease the amount of reflections, the colorizing filters for an added richness in different colors, and the IR filter to shoot in the dark. Many filtering effects can now be added after the photo is taken with photo editing software.

An important tip to consider with photography is that sometimes simplicity is key. This is crucial because sometimes if you have too many different things going on in your image, it will cause the image to lose its importance and focus. Be sure to establish what your subject is and do what you can to capture it as best you can.

One simple tip that can take your photography from okay to fabulous is to simply move in closer. There is a tendency to want to get as much of the scenery as possible in a picture, but the best shots come from moving in nice and tight. Your subject should fill the majority of the frame because details make for a far more interesting photo.

Always take more pictures than you think that you will need. This way when you go to look at what you have taken, you are pretty much guaranteed to have at least one good looking photo. Because you don't have to print every single picture, there is no harm in taking too many as long as you have the memory for it.

Pay attention to what is in the background when you are taking a picture. A relatively simple or plain background will better emphasize the subject of your picture. Make sure there is nothing distracting or embarrassing in the background that will draw attention away from the subject of your photograph.

Produce black and white photos with more clarity and impact by shooting original pictures in color and converting them to black and white on your computer. Computer image editing software often gives you much more control than your camera's black and white filter.

When taking photos of someone or something smaller than an automobile, get closer. Ideally, you want your subject to fill most of the frame. These close-up shots can capture little details like freckles, dimples, a nose wrinkle, or other endearing features that may be lost in shots captured from further away.

Develop your creative vision. You can make an object from your everyday life look interesting if you know how to adopt a point of view that differs from what everyone sees. You can use your imagination to show usual objects in original settings or outside of their everyday use. Look at the world with a different point of view.

Always stabilize your hands when taking pictures. If a tripod is not handy rest your arms on a table, wall or even another person to get a clear shot. Also, holding your breath while taking the picture will keep the camera from moving and assure the picture you need.

Don't try to pose your subjects for every picture. Candid, action shots are often times some of the best. You will capture a person in their natural setting, in their natural mood, and the picture will look more "real" because of it. Take lots of candid pictures and you're sure to get a few that are great.

As you can see from the tips that you read here, there are a lot of simple things that anyone can do to take better pictures. Our photos are snapshots in time, memories and people that we want to remember and cherish forever. Get started now with all these great ideas.

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