Image and Post by Rick Sammon
10 Key Factors To a Good Photograph
1) Interesting subject.
2) Nice setting or background.
3) Good lighting.
4) Careful composition.
5) Expert exposure.
6) Careful focus.
7) Correct lens choice.
8) Correct f-stop shutter speed combo.
9) Feeling or emotion you are trying to capture and share. (Often overlooked, by the way.)
10) Creative post-processing.
Print this out and stuff it in your camera bag. See, its not really that hard to make a good picture.
P.S. I took the shot on the left with my G10 and the shot on the right with my 5D Mark II. Remember, cameras don’t take pictures……
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