Heres the ninth 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.
For some reason, babies always, always, always look great when
photographed in B&W. Try photographing a child with this in mind. Don’t rely on brightly colored clothing. Rely on your ability to allow the light and shadows to illuminate and define respectively.
Use EXIF data. It has lots of value, including the ability to help you determine what went right and what went wrong with your photo. It’s also a good way to embed Copyright and photo ownership information.
On vacation? Don’t forget to photograph the signs. Signs are
interesting, add context and can be funny subjects. If you’re making photos of the family in new places, shoot the signs to intersperse with your slide show.
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