Photography tips – Steps to becoming a happy photographer

Photography tips – Steps to becoming a happy photographer


– What is up, guys. Welcome to my YouTube channel, where we talk all things photography. I’m up, right and breezy, this morning, We’re down by Tara Hill,
and I’m gonna shoot some cityscapes, to see how we get on. Hold on, this isn’t what
my YouTube channel’s about. I’ve been trying to force
the issue, this morning. It’s a kind of proven model. YouTuber, photographer,
B-roll, this and that’s that, but I don’t enjoy shooting cityscapes. I’m just kinda forcing myself to do something that I don’t enjoy,
because I see others do it. So on that note, let’s get into the video. (classy downtempo music) So this morning, I went
out to try and shoot some cityscapes, and
that’s normally what I do. I do what YouTubers who do that, and who have big
audiences, and I am trying to grow my YouTube channel, so I felt this pressure to go out
and try and recreate that. I live in London, there’s
some great buildings, the sun hadn’t risen, it
was a perfect opportunity. But the more I walked around, the more I felt this pressure on my shoulders, and it really reminded me of this pressure that I used to feel when I first took up photography, when I was in college, and they gave me a camera, and I had to go out and take
pictures around the street. I felt so self-conscious, this was almost before mobile phones had cameras on them, this was 10 years ago, so
no one was really using ’em, but I felt so self-conscious
with that camera. I had in my head this idea that, wherever I’m pointing the camera to, someone’s gonna stand
behind me and look at it, and just think, that’s a shit
photo, why are you doing that? That’s kind of rubbish, you’re
not a good photographer, so you’re wasting your time
(multiple voices talking). Now, this is when I just
picked up a camera in college. And actually, on that note, I didn’t pick up a camera again, ’til sort of midway through uni, which was three years later. So I started to feel
this pressure on myself, this morning, to do something, and I’ve not felt that in awhile. I shoot stuff out on
location all the time, whether that’s people
running through the streets, or any sort of fitness
thing, or in central London, or in cities, or outside, and
I do enjoy taking landscapes. But landscapes, not cityscapes. And yeah, I just started
to feel this real pressure on myself, to the point where I just put my camera away, and thought,
I’m not gonna do this. But what it did do was inspire me to make this video,
because there’s one thing that I want to cover a bit more of, on my video, and that’s the mindset of photography, as well as giving tips and tricks on how to use your camera, and how you use Photoshop,
and Capture One. I want this channel to bring
value in a different way. There’s plenty of other
channels, tutorial channels, out there, but I think, especially if you wanna be self-employed, especially if you wanna do photography, or anything art-based, freelance, as your own business, there’s a lot of pressures and stuff
that come with that, and I can only speak to
what I’ve experienced. But hopefully, it can
kinda reassure people who are going through the same thing, that they’re not alone, and
it can maybe warn people just beginning their adventure as a self-employed photographer, it can maybe kind of warn you
of the potential pitfalls, and stuff, that you might come across. Really, that’s something
that’s kind of dogged me for the whole time, since I’ve lived in London, really, the
last sort of six years. I’ve always felt pressure from myself, to the point, upon viewing others, that I need to be shooting certain things. And authenticity is what
people can relate to, so in the end, I put my camera away, and that kinda brings
me onto my first point, about caring about what
other people think. I’m not shooting photographs
for the sake of others. Really, you have to find something that is genuinely you, and then
it will become much easier. So something I’ve found,
in the last two years, is, I’m really honed in on,
is sport, and athletes, and the athletic lifestyles,
and storytelling. So whether that’s
getting across the effort that someone’s putting in, in a workout, or the process that it
takes to make a product. So really, my first point to becoming a happier photographer
would be, assess yourself. You can do that in a few, various ways. One of them would be
what I just said, there, make sure you’re shooting
stuff that you enjoy, that you are about, that
you’re enthusiastic about. Shoot stuff that you enjoy doing, and not stuff that you think
you should be shooting. And that’s really easy
to get caught up in that. I’ve got caught up in
that plenty times, myself. Yeah, you can get nice photographs, but is your heart really in it? That’s really what you
have to be questioning yourself about, and if
it’s not, don’t do it, and don’t worry about the interest, that may or may not be there,
in your chosen subject. If you really like shooting plants, or any ass random thing, then don’t worry. Just shoot it, because
ultimately, the happiness is your number one goal, and that’s
what you have to focus on. Just shoot in what you enjoy. Wow, that was a ramble, jeez. In assessing yourself, take real stock of what you’re consuming. I can’t remember what YouTube channel it was, or what I was
watching the other day, or who it was I was listening to, but they said, when
you’re scrolling through your Instagram, if an
account isn’t filling you with warmth, or
bringing something valuable to your life, then click Unfollow. And I am so guilty of this. I follow so many different photographers, and originally, I thought I
was getting into operation, the people, either in
the same field as me, or more successful than me, or, I would scroll through Instagram, and all you see is a
congregation, an aggregation, of everyone else’s work. So you scroll through Instagram, and it gives you this false impression that everyone is super busy, every day, shooting stuff, and if you’re freelance, and you’re not busy every day, it’s really easy to get dragged
down by that, being like, oh, hey, I’m not working enough. I’m not doing enough, look at
all these people doing work. Whereas actually, that
guy who just posted that, it’s the first thing
he’s posted in a month. He’s going through this, or she’s going through the same struggles as you, and be brutal, and don’t
worry about offending people, but really kind of have a bit
of a cull, on your Instagram, and really only follow
things that, follow accounts that are bringing you value, and making you feel good about yourself. So that would be my point,
just follow accounts that make you feel good,
and not the accounts that you maybe feel that you have to. I’m only speaking from experience. So for example, shooting sport, and being around athletes, makes me happy, but like I mentioned earlier, I felt like I needed to shoot fashion, because I was surrounded
by people in fashion when I was working at studios,
and for other photographers. So I felt like, ah, this
is the way it needs to go. I know I really love doing this stuff, but everyone else kinda says I should go this way, so I’ll go that way. So try and realize what it
is that makes you happy, what it is that makes you happy shooting, and don’t worry about
other people’s opinions, or whether you feel there’s
a market there, or not. There is always a market for something. Your happiness is your own responsibility, and once you take ownership of that, you start putting into place the actions which will bring about your own happiness, and others around you will
start to feel the benefits. So I guess what I’m trying
to say is, regardless of what you may or may not think you should or should not be shooting, if it makes you happy, just do it. And that might be simple advice, it might be a bit cliche,
but it’s the best thing that I’ve been trying to get through to my head in the last 12 to 24 months. This has been a really
difficult video for me to make. I hope it’s kinda got my point across, or they’re not points,
they’re just thoughts on things that I’ve encountered recently, chains of thoughts, ways of thinking, and the kinda mechanisms that I’ve tried to put in place, that
help you kinda navigate your way through life, as a photographer, or a freelancer, because it’s not easy. It’s difficult, especially without wanting to sound too cliche, but especially with the ever-apparent pressures of the Internet, whether
that’s social media, or otherwise, everyone else’s success and failures are kind
of put on a platform. And it’s very difficult to watch everyone else’s success,
even successes, even though everyone goes through the same struggles. And it also kind of makes
you wanna hide away, ’cause you don’t want
people to see your failures. But hopefully, with some of the things that I’ve explained, and gone through, and talked about, here,
in this video, you can at least find way of shooting
things that make you happy. And ultimately, if you’re shooting happy, you’re gonna shoot more,
and you’ve got more chance of successes, unlike my speech today. It’s been horrendous. That was a bit of a ramble, today. I hope it brought some value to you guys. I’m trying to implement more videos of this style into my YouTube. Ultimately, I want my
YouTube to be a reflection of what I think, and
go through, in my life, so whether that’s, say,
behind-the-scenes videos, photography tips or tricks, or methods of thinking, and
practices that you can put in place, to ultimately
help you be a better, but more importantly,
happier, photographer. Thanks for watching, guys, and
I’ll see you in the next one. (introspective music)

5 PHOTOGRAPHY Tips For INSTANTLY Better Photos

5 PHOTOGRAPHY Tips For INSTANTLY Better Photos


hey guys welcome back to my Channel
today I’m going to give you five really simple tips to instantly get better
photos whether you’re trying to be a professional photographer or you just
like snapping away for Instagram these five really simple things will instantly
pop your photo game you’re gonna have better photos in seconds
Before we jump straight into those tips make sure you are subscribed if you’re
not already I travel the world full time and on this channel I share videos about
my location independent lifestyle photography and travel adventures so if
that sounds good make sure you hit subscribe if you’re excited for this
video hit the thumbs up button and let’s get started so my first tip and this is
the very first thing you should do is to just slow down breathe take a moment I
see so many photographers rushing into a scene and just snap some snapping away
and they don’t really put any thought into anything and you know what those
photos are not gonna be your best photos if you’re really lucky you might get one
or two that are okay or usable out of it but you’re not gonna get your best shot
so instead of rushing in and just thinking you have to start snapping
straight away and that you’re against some sort of time restraint just take
ten seconds just stop breathe compose yourself and take loads of bad images
before you even get started tip number two again before you start
shooting photography move around don’t think you have to go to the obvious
location and shoot from there yes lots of places have a really good angle and
you may have seen images from that angle before that doesn’t mean that you have
to do that isn’t it so much more exciting to discover something new to
try something different to create something that really is a piece of
thought so when you walk into a scene like this one move around have a look at
different angles you never know what you’re going to see until you see it for
yourself and while you’re doing that try to picture what your camera’s going
see from that angle as well I guarantee you’re gonna find something better than
if you just walk in and shoot straight away from the really obvious spot from
the middle of the room or wherever it is you would naturally go to my third tip
for instantly better photos is to think about a story
you’re not just capturing the scene in front of you that’s boring you want to
be able to tell the story what is the story that you are trying to
tell with this photo that you are about to make
for example somewhere like this I might come in I might stick on a wide-angle
lens and I might try to capture this whole room because it is cool it’s very
photogenic and the lighting is pretty good but that’s not really telling the
story of this place and that image could be anywhere what I really need to
capture in a photo of this office is all the things it represents so that’s the
wooden furniture it’s the plants there’s natural elements
it’s the art on the wall this is a creative place and of course is the
entrepreneurship this is a co-working space it’s all about entrepreneurship
and by bringing elements of each of those together I am going to create a
story rather than just snapping the entire room and not really giving any
sign to where it is I might also want to bring in some elements like some
magazines from upstairs Africa Travel Magazine then you suddenly know that
this is Africa you know little things like that really help to tell a story so
don’t overlook the details and before you snap away think about how you would
view this image if you weren’t the one taking it if you weren’t the one there
how can you get the person viewing this image to understand the story of the
place where you are to feel the things that you feel when you are there once
you know the story that you want to tell again my not just water shoot try to
find an interesting frame yes a picture of this water laptop against this wall
can be a good photo but if I bring in an extra element like suddenly I bring a
plan in to frame it that suddenly has this extra elements of the picture it
makes it more interesting and is also helping to tell that story
so don’t forget about framing even once you have a cool angle think about is
there anything else you can do to frame this picture in a more interesting way
in a way that’s more true to the story that you are trying to tell and finally
if you take one thing away from this video make it this avoid the obvious
just like so many photographers will go in and shoot the first thing they see
they’ll just get in they’ll start shooting before they’ve even looked at
the scene around them I think it’s really easy to just shoot something
really obvious once you have a good angle or a good frame on it and if you
have to do that then yeah sure get out the way but all means but don’t forget
to try something different don’t forget to try and be a bit more creative a bit
more original and you never know what you might come up with in this situation
it’d be so obvious have a laptop just open but if you mirror slightly to a
different angle maybe it will look better maybe it looks better if the
laptop doesn’t take center stage try something that’s not obvious and you may
just take your picture to you a whole new level so I hope you found these
photography tips useful next time you go out and shoot don’t forget to try
something different don’t forget to breathe and yeah I really challenge
yourself see what you can come up with and I’m sure you’re gonna have better
photos instantly as always thank you for watching this video make sure you are
subscribed if you want to see more photography tips like this I post new
videos every Wednesday and every Sunday on this channel the next one will be up
in a few days time and I hope I’ll see you there

Photography Tips: How dedicated to photography are you?

Photography Tips: How dedicated to photography are you?


a couple weeks ago I was sent a
question by a lovely guy calledf peter and he asked me, hi Mike does it happen with photography like music, that you could be a professional and/or great
photographer if you start at an early age? does age matter when it comes to
becoming an excellent photographer? Well the thing is, how much do you want to become an excellent photographer, is it
something you want to do or is it something you’re going to do? But what’s the difference? well I’ve been running my photography
business for a long time and many years ago I chose to turn my
hobby which was photography into my income and that’s a whole other
story but part of that was I wanted to be able to travel and to see
some of the wrold to sort of experience some of the amazing things that go on out there in the world, but it was always something
I’d like to do and time passed and the business started to grow and i was having a good time, i didn’t have to work terribly hard to cover my expenses and i could play on my motor bike and then last year something happened, my brilliant, awesome, inspiring, funny and witty incredible mum died last september, and it was very devastating despite the
fact I knew it was coming but something in me changed then. I kinda realized how old i was, i kinda realized that hey you’re in your fifties now and you’ve always wanted to go off and see some more of the world but that’s all it was, i wanted to. When my mum died it changed from i want to, to I’m going to, you may have already
seen there’s some workshops starting to appear in other countries and many of you
wonderful people have been inviting me to come in your country, but it’s because i got committed I got dedicated to doing whatever it
takes to make that happen, now whether that’s in what sort of photo’s you’re taking or wanna take, you wanna take great amazing pictures well you need to become dedicated to
doing it and that means giving yourself the time
it means dedicating time to doing it not sort of saying ok, i’ve watched all these videos on youtube that mike does or serge does or many of the othere awesome photographers put out there into the world, or going on courses, you have to become dedictated to giving yourself time to go and put
into action the things that you’ve been taught about.
last year I was teaching at a local nights school, i was just teaching an adult education to a bunch of people who were all paying a fairly reasonable fee to come on a photography course, and it was for the college it wasn’t me doing it at the college , i was employed by the college to do it for a short time. But something which really amazed me was that i would give poeple some homework to do which was assosiated with the leson which we just done and then the following week quite a large percentage of people would say I didn’t have time this week or I could see that they had sort of
come home and they maybe had half an hour before they jump in the car because they had to go and they sort of done their homewo because mike would grizzle at them. Well i don’t mind if they do their homework or not, and i don’t mind if you guys did the homework or not, i don’t mind what you do so long as you’re happy, but here’s the key if you want to take excellent photographs well or maybe become a professional photographer you’ve gotta do the homework, you’ve gotta put in the hours, you’ve gotta dedicate some time to doing stuff you have to get out there
and practice and get experience now when I say
dedicate and put time into it you know what time you can dedicate to it I mean when I dedicated time to becoming a
professional photographer I did it in a slightly unusual way as in I went on income support I told my
local a employment services office what i was
doing because i didn’t want ant trouble i wasn’t gonna sort of like try and defraud anyone and they were amazingly helpful, they gave me access to various courses and
training so I spent a year not working and everyday i was reading books i was practising, i was going out there i was taking pictures, wondering why it didn’t work and then trying something else until eventually I got to a point where
I could take pictures that people would pay me money for, and that was an amazing feeling but it’s within the dedication so whatever that may look like for you now that could be maybe an hour a week
because I know normal people they have jobs to go to every day they have to pay
their mortgage they have to pay their rent, their electricity bills and all that
kinda stuff. They’ve possibly gots kids and they’re mega expensive things to own aren’t they. So you’ve got calls on your time already but in order to get the experience that’s needed for you to take the excellent photographs or to become a
professional photographer that any of you guys not just peter you do have to dedicate some of your time in order to do the exercises to practice
stuff so that you get the experience because
photography’s experiential learning most things in life are you have to
experience it and get experience so that you know what
to do in a given situation much as I would love to be able to put
my hand up here and a clip unplug knowledge and then insert into your head for you for a
fee of course then it would be awesome but i cant do that wouldn’t that be easy I wouldn’t
have to webmaster the site, i wouldn’t have to keep thinking up new ideas for
films and shooting stuff and having lorna stand out in the cold and rain and all that kinda stuff while
we’re making films the thing is it’s a dedication thing so what
ever that may be for you I would suggest it’s a case of go on a
training course if you know you’re going on a training course, book some time into the diary the next day so that you can go and practice whatever it was because if you put it off and think oh we’re going on holiday i a couple of weeks in a couple of weeks time you would have forgotten all about it. It would have just kinda vanished into thin air like scotched mist. if you watch a video on YouTube, one of my videos make some notes maybe? go outside and then practice that and kep practising. dedicate time to it until you have your
head around that particular technique or building block as i like to call
them, there’s a whole new course on that coming fairly soon. Because that’s where you’re gonna get the knowledge you need to be fulfilled as a photographer and
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ISO200 Handheld Night Photography Challenge With Olympus OM-D

ISO200 Handheld Night Photography Challenge With Olympus OM-D


Hi my name is Robin Wong and we are
doing ISO 200 night photography challenge. In my previous video I
encouraged you guys to go out and shoot at night in low-light conditions without
worrying about your camera being not good enough. So in this particular video
I’m going to share with you a special technique that I have been using by
staying at ISO 200 even in very dim low-light conditions. Yes it is possible
to do that with Olympus OM-D utilizing the 5-Axis image stabilization. When you
fix your ISO at 200 which is the base ISO for Olympus OM-D cameras you get the
best possible image quality fom the camera, you get the best noise control,
you get best dynamic range, the best color tones and the sharpest possible
image output! To do the ISO 200 night shooting challenge I’m fixing my ISO
at 200, I’m shooting at P the program mode and I’ll let the camera take care
of the rest. I’ll let the 5-Axis Image Stabilization do its work. So why am i doing the ISO 200 challenge?
Well first of all, because I can! Reason number 2 – to push the cameras
capabilities. We know that the Olympus 5 Axis image stabilization is pretty
amazing so this is just a way to optimize the results of the camera by
fully utilizing what the image stabilization is capable of. We will see
how much we can go with ISO200 staying at just ISO200 even in the most dimmed
lighting environment. In some of those situations other cameras while shooting
hand held without use of tripod will require the use of 3200 ISO or even 6400
but with the E-M1 Mark II I just stayed right at the base ISO 200. That is
something that Olympus can do and I think that Micro Four Thirds especially the
Olympus OM-D users should be proud of. Of course it is not advisable to use ISO
200 for all your shots at night and in low-light condition if you are dealing
with subjects that’s moving or any motion in the frame. Please use higher
ISO values go as high as you need as well as faster prime lenses to achieve
sufficient sufficiently fast shutter speed to freeze motion. For everything
that is not moving and static, buildings, interiors using ISO 200 with the 5-Axis
image stabilization from Olympus I didn’t need a tripod I can still get
rock steady shots. Here are some tips on shooting in
low-light conditions with Olympus OM-D Never ever underexposure your image. If your
image is severely underexposed when you bring up the details from the shadows
especially if you use higher ISO settings you will see the ugly noise. So
try to maintain as accurate as you can when it comes to metering and exposure
while you’re shooting. Another tip I can share with you is to shoot in RAW. When
you shoot in RAW you have a lot more data in the file to manipulate, so you
can push the shadow out you can tone down the highlights. You get better dynamic range overall, you get better color tonality and you can squeeze more
details out of your single image in comparison to what you have in JPEG. I hope you have enjoyed watching me do
the ISO 200 night shooting challenge but hey don’t just watch me do it. Do It
yourself, bring your Olympus OM-D out and fix at ISO200 and start shooting
amazing night photography in your location. I will be very interested to
see what you can come up with with your Olympus OM-D. if you like this video
please give me a thumbs up please consider subscribing to this channel and
remember to bring your camera out and take more photographs. I’ll see you again
in the next video. Bye bye

Portraiture Shooting Tip: How To Crop Your Photos The Right Way | Photography Hacker

Portraiture Shooting Tip: How To Crop Your Photos The Right Way | Photography Hacker


Hi, I’m Maggie Hudson. Welcome to PhotographyHacker.com Today I’m going to share with you a really quick tip that will vastly improve your portraiture. Try not to ever crop your
frame at any pivots and hinges on the human body.
What I meant by that is: neckline, waistline, shoulders, elbows, wrists, knees, and especially feet. It can create an unsettling jarring effect to the viewer. A quick way to fix it is to simply step back a little
further, capture a little more the human body, or if you can’t actually fix that while you’re out
shooting, if there’s no way to step back, you can zoom
in a little further. This will reduce that jarring effect and
refocus the attention back on the subject you’re capturing. Enjoy this tip. Have fun with it. Thanks
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Drug Deal Happens During Photo Shoot? | Engagement Photography Tips and Tricks

Drug Deal Happens During Photo Shoot? | Engagement Photography Tips and Tricks


all right so we’re here at this really
cool theater looking place and we’re shooting a couple of things for our
vlogs like a vintage theater and we’re pretty stoked home almost off the
Longworth we’re pretty stoked because well we came here we also found this
awesome Kawasaki bike well it’s here I mean why not it’s just resting hanging
out why not use it for a couple of pics my apologies my hair is crazy right now
Taylor’s got these really cool shoes check it off in a blog post it might not
look super cool but it will trust me it will look awesome okay
Lina’s late for something clear here to the temple so yeah we’re shooting by the
Kawasaki it’s really cool-looking Oh careful these people pulling through
other people driving through here they feel it kind of upset that we were in
the parking lot you know because they were trying to drift around actually
looks like there’s a drug deal about to happen so there’s that we’re finished
shooting by this beautiful bike so cool it’s funny because you know as a kid I
probably saw those bikes all over the place didn’t really think much of them
now I see Emily and that’s so retro that’s so cool I love that bike I want
to take pictures buy that bike I wish I owned eight of those bikes so crazy so
crazy suit because now it’s like all vintage in style Oh makes it cool
Rowan’s been snacking on some I’m in Japan
it’s how we pull this off when the kids are in school and you have a baby and
then you bring the baby with you you brought in with cheez-its and we can get
a full shoot and you try not to shoot the inside
[Applause] [Music]
I swear you know that for a lot of people are coming to pick up their
paychecks an American Fork he’s alright right yeah yeah
we just did some shots here and I really cute and sky and I started walking
towards the camera together before the timer even started and yeah we’re just
real good professional yeah before it started so we ended up walking backwards
to get the same walking shots but they turned off so don’t worry about it it’s
fine at least from what I can tell and
they’re bright bright is not ideal shooting weather by the way we doing it
we do it I swear I like paranoid or something
place where I keep hearing like something walking around behind us I
think they’re looking at us we shouldn’t get on the motorcycle no no do not get
on the motorcycle they’re gonna pass I didn’t want to get in trouble I’m not a
confrontational person DYI I’m not either I just deal go we’re
gonna shoot in front of this awesome looking garage with our long words
yeah if anyone asks we didn’t shoot this all the same hey this was shot in
completely separate days yeah I like those jeans on you pants with that
t-shirt that’s stupid which ones you’re gonna have to show me
my blue you would get out okay we’re in front of this in the jet Raj this is let
me show you guys about earlier pretend like this is a different day
as that’s it we’re gonna pretend for a login test
not the coolest thing ever so well really hot killers like just freaking
turn it off already I think my picture cuz I’m so hot right now
really it’s hot here today we are out shooting in this amazing cornfield and
then there’s another field with a bunch of sunflowers that were going to shoot
into so that should be pretty cool show off these awesome shirts that we got
from a really really cool brand what’s the brand on these shirts any brand
okay so I’m gonna show off the in your brand shirt today Taylor’s gonna show it
off another day at a different shoot so we’re gonna go out here and try it out
in this awesome cornfield check it out [Music]
the trick is gonna be finding the right spot with the right lighting
oh-ho money like it yeah well this is gonna be perfect because it’s got just
enough opening firstly kind of stroll through run hands along leaves you know
that kind of thing all the classic corn stuff we’re gonna try it up wish us luck
that’s how it’s done folks we’ve just been walking while we touch
the leaves running back and forth it’s really just all acting and playing and
seeming like critter like we’re just having so much fun in the cornfield stay
tuned for the promo video at the end of the day we just put it all together with
some music and make it look legit putting some of that on that’s okay so
Taylor’s gonna give me an idea what she wants me to shoot like but while she’s
looking it up let me show you guys this really cool corn she’s already ready but
still this corn people I mean come on look at this point is this not awesome
if you don’t love Courtney you’ve gotta at least love the way it looks okay
let’s do it done I’m gonna get you walking into the
corn with this really good and what do you want my camera good luck with all
the corn rice corn rap I should know that
she’s a country girl all right okay time for me to take some pictures and we’ll
see you in a second this concludes our shoot we’ll keep doing shoots like this
to show you guys how we do it behind the scenes fun stuff and I hope you
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Photography Tips | How To Hold A DSLR Camera

Photography Tips | How To Hold A DSLR Camera


What’s up? I’m Lydia Bailey. Are your images blurry? Do your images suffer from camera shake? Well, I’m here to help you to hold your
camera correctly… so your images are pin-sharp. To avoid camera shake, you really need to
know how to hold your camera correctly. where you’ve got an expensive DSLR, or a
smaller point and shoot, these 10 tips will help you take sharper images. Put your left hand out as if you’re about to serve a plate of food. And then, put your camera on top of you left hand. which will hold the weight of the camera. It can also control the focus and the zoom rings. Your right hand is able to press the shutter and operate the other controls. Next, tuck your elbows into your chest so you’re forming a stable triangular-shape like a human tripod. Now ,I’m going to show you what it looks like in profile view. As you can see, I have three points of contact. When shooting in portrait orientation
always make sure that your right hand is on top of the camera. Otherwise, this way is too awkward and you have to hold the weight of the camera as well as press the shutter – not
good! Part your legs slightly as it also improves balance. Finally, if there’s insufficient
light and you’re using a slow shutter speed, you’re gonna need a tripod. You will not be able to hand-hold a camera at shutter speeds slower than 1/60th of a second. Tripods come in a variety of shapes and sizes. You’ll be surprised at how
affordable, compact and… …cheap some of them can be. Well, I hope this video has helped? Don’t forget to download our FREE e-Book… …and if you want to learn more… subscribe to our YouTube channel! For more helpful tips, download our FREE eBook. and if you found this video inspiring…
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Photography tips 2 in Marathi ( hindi subtitle )

Photography tips 2 in Marathi ( hindi subtitle )


halben jahrhundert nicht viel los so dass der verkehr vor ihm wegrennen der körper viel kann ich meinen als hallo kann zahlt mehr möglich scheint könnte lässt sich der kleine autos halten die 100 euro fällig sind meine fotos heimisch ist verlass sagte oktober verliehen durch mein letzter tag x vor die füße die fehler 115 fotos ausgeschnitten und auf deiner erschüttert die hand einer woche könnte der kreis erweitert berlin ots mundharmonika nicht immer wieder fleisch zu mischen die hatten unterlagen und handys kann man die fotos wir haben unsere werte von sterlite mit einer vertieften die nutzung bei seiner arbeit autohaus südstern obleute

How to Pick a Photography Studio Kit | Studio Photography

How to Pick a Photography Studio Kit | Studio Photography


“My name is Chris Ryan. I’m a photographer. We’re here at my studio, Chris Ryan Photography,
in northwest Portland. If you’d like to see more of my work, please
visit my website at chrisryanphoto.com, or if you’d like to follow my daily activities,
go to my Facebook page, Chris Ryan Photography in Portland, Oregon. Today, I’m going to talk to you about studio
photography. How to choose a good studio photography kit. Every studio needs certain elements to cover
all the bases. The first thing you need are some lights,
a good camera, a couple different lenses. You need a lens for portraiture, so let’s
a 50 mm, ideally F 1.4, that’s a good all-around portraiture lens, and then a good macro lens
is very useful as well for product photography. So you’ve got your camera, you’ve got your
lights, you need a background, or multiple backgrounds, but if I’m just going to choose
one, I’m going to choose a roll of white paper and a nice stool, or chair, to position your
subject on if you’re doing portraiture, a little table to do tabletop work, a nice tripod,
wireless radio transmitters to fire your lights, if not you can always use a long cable.”