17 tips for making professional photos
Learn to do professional photos and you will not regret. Once you upload them to Facebook or even send as Christmas cards to their loved ones, how does your skill December is not appreciated and even envy you for it.
Do not think, however, that to create great photos must invest in expensive cameras and lenses. You only need to master a few tricks that professional photographers use.
Here is 17 tips for those who want to make professional photos. This is a good way to gain new skills that you did not suspect that they learn so easily. So slowly and imperceptibly will become a real pro.
1 Determine the focus
Before shooting decide on what is the focus of the image. When one looks at the photo must be clear about what you want to shoot. Do not make the mistake of trying to capture too many elements.
Try using different elements that form visual “frame” around the element that shooting. This helps to focus the eyes of the viewer to the most important elements.
Take multiple photos of the site, which impressed you from different angles. Try to take advantage of the light. If you can shoot using the ladder top, or bottom by simply lie down on the ground.
4 Horizontal Line
Try your subject is slightly below or above the imaginary center line of the image.
5 Repetitive elements
Repetitive elements as a flock of birds in the sky or white roses in a bouquet of bride are very interesting psychological factor, creating a sense of relationship and intimacy.
6 Colors always say something
Red, orange and yellow are part of a warm color palette, and blue, green and purple on the other side – they are cool colors. Blue colors bring peace, while red are more temperamental. Color plays a crucial role in the picture.
To impress a picture of it there must be something interesting and unusual. Even if you’re shooting something familiar, show it in a way that few people see.
Golden rule in photography is smaller empty spaces.
If your subject allows him to show possible depth. For example, if you’re shooting a mountain road or track.
10 Moving Objects
When shooting moving objects, you must have the necessary technique to not get dirty objects.
11 Panoramic photos
Try to create panoramic photos. Is not difficult. It is a position to make a few photos by turning your body in one direction and try to have common features in every two consecutive images. Then use Photoshop, to process individual frames and get some photos.
Shoot an object from different angles and even at different times of the day. Then, again using Photoshop, make collages. You will be surprised how interesting things can get.
Expand in mind the notion of beauty. Something you seem ugly, actually might not be such and it conquered others.
When shooting clouds, remember one thing – do not wait, just pick up the camera and shoot. They always suck the breath of those who watch them.
They can turn any ordinary object into something abstract and very exciting. Learn to capture them and you will have success.
16 The direction of the light
Whether the light is artificial or natural, must comply with its direction. Take several pictures from different angles and see which image is the best.
17 Night footage
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