Are you in a photography rut? Do you have an awesome new camera that you really want to use, but find yourself bypassing it day after day? Well I have the post for you! This week’s tip is all about finding ways to encourage creative photography and forcing you to pick up the camera and shoot.
1. Joining a Project 365/Project 52 group – This is not for the faint of heart and it can be really challenging at times, but I know so many photographers who swear that this really helped them define
One of the lessons I strive to teach in my workshops is shooting in manual. You won’t believe the difference it will make in your photos and it gives you much more control over your photography. Plus it takes far less time mastering manual than it does all of those weird little icon settings on your camera. I like to break it down into 3 easy steps for beginners.
1. Set your ISO (LIGHT). ISO is the same thing as film speed. The more light around you the lower the number. As a general rule
I don’t know about you, but I am sooo excited
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