6 Basic Tips to Take Good Quality Photos

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1. SECURE GOOD LIGHTING

One of the best ways to secure better quality of photos is through the use of good lighting. Not all are blessed to to have their own studio with proper equipment for indoor shots, that is why every great photographer must take time to appreciate the abundancy of natural lighting.

2. THE RULE OF THIRDS

“The rule of thirds states that an image is most pleasing when its subjects or regions are composed along imaginary lines which divide the image into thirds-both vertically and horizontally.”

If you are an apple user you can apply the rule of thirds with the help of grid

Settings > Photos and Camera > Grid


3. ZOOM IN-ZOOM OUT

Zooming in or out allows you to balance the content of your photo.  It gives the photographer options through the variety of photos given by the action zoom. Nevertheles, both photos (below) are beautiful on their own way.

 



4. PANORAMA

“Panorama is a wide-angle or representation of a physical space whether in painting, drawing, photography, film, seismic images or a three-dimensional model.”

Most phones have panorama features in the camera settings. Use this in capturing wide or long structures or elements like streets, landscapes etc.

in case you’re wondering panorama is achieved in dslr with the help of photoshop and a tripod.


5. BREAK THE RULES

“Lens flare is the light scattered in lens systems through general unwanted image formation mechanisms, such as internal reflection and scattering from material inhomogeneities in the lens”

What better way to use natural lighting than lens flare? haha



6. TAKE LOTS OF SHOTS

Take lots of photos in different angles and different perspectives. This will widen your options and your chance of finding the best.


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thanks for reading

Declaimer:photos are not mine

#bluewanderer

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