Scott Bourne’s Fast Photo Tips – Week 10
Here’s the tenth installment of my fast photo tips. These are simple posts filled with several short ideas to help improve your photography. Don’t over-think it. Just try it.
Scott Bourne’s Fast Photo Tip #28
If you are having trouble capturing fast-moving subjects, try pre-focusing on a point where you know the subject will be. Then shoot.
Scott Bourne’s Fast Photo Tip #29
Unless you’re shooting a pro camera body, chances are your viewfinder doesn’t show you a 100% view. Keep this in mind when composing. There may be more to the image than you can see in the viewfinder.
Scott Bourne’s Fast Photo Tip #30
When shooting portraits, pay particular attention to posing hands – ask your subject to keep them relaxed and fingers separated.
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