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Photography Tip #5

     Near or far, wherever you are, know your distance!

Sometimes the most interesting pictures are the most interesting pictures because of the distance from the subject. 209 more words

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Photography Tip #4

   Position yourself, not the subject 

At times, the photographer requests for the subject to move a little to the right, or a couple steps forward. This, sometimes, turns out to be time consuming. 276 more words

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Photography Tip #3

   Know your perspective 

It’s important for the photographer to know the best possible angle to take a photograph. Look at the surroundings of the subject and see which aspects of the background that you want to include. 178 more words

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Photography Tip #2

   Have some interest

Either if it’s the background or the subject, there should be some interest in the picture to capture the attention of the viewer. 149 more words

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Photography Tip #1

   Focus on the subject and not the background

Many people make the mistake of letting the camera focus on the background and not on the actual subject. 159 more words

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What else is in my camera bag? (besides gear!)

It’s a (mini post!) WEDDING WEDNESDAY!!  What I bring to a wedding (the non gear-related version).

I feel like I could have titled this post so many things. 188 more words

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