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Must Learn Tips For Professional Photography

wedding apprentice teaching photography techniques

wedding apprentice teaching photography techniques

No matter if nature is your love or you like capturing the simplest and most trivial things of everyday life, the way you take pictures adds to the beauty and makes the moments eternal. You could only make a good moment a cherished memory when you know the right ways of capturing the moment.

Everyone can click the button and capture a shot; however, capturing the essence of the moment is not something, which everyone can do. The importance of knowing the right way of capturing a moment is imperative whether you have a simple camera or you have the quality video camera has to offer to its tourists. The lines below give simple tips on how you can take photos like a professional photographer.

Don’t Rely on The Display:

Another habitual thing with all the amateur photographer is that they see the display of the shot on the camera’s LCD as soon as they take a picture and base their ranking of shot

What’s the Perfect Camera


There are three digital features that have an impact on your picture quality, they are;

1. Resolution (pixel count)

2. File format

3. ISO setting


Simply put, camera resolution refers to the number of pixels that a camera can capture. Pixels refer to the square looking “tiles” of color that comprise all digital images.

Camera resolution is usually measured in megapixels. A megapixel represents 1 million pixels, 2 megapixel means 2 million pixels and so on.

Megapixels have always been a major consideration in the purchase of digital cameras even when people don’t understand what that is. To print a good snap shot of 5-x-7-inch prints or more, you need at least a 1 megapixel image. Today, however, most cameras come with not less than 3 megapixels at less than $100. With the right knowledge on megapixels and how they apply to images, you can save yourself a lot of money by not necessarily going for high end megapixels but for the ones that matter.

Choosing a digital camera with a number of megapixels depends on how you