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Ten Suggestions To Take Better Photos (without spending a cent)

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Our friends at The Phoblographer have a good article about ten points you should take in account to shot better pics. Not a new camera, nor other expensive equipment. The listed suggestions

can be applied whether you’ve had professional training or not, and it doesn’t matter whether you’re using a $100 point-and-shoot or an expensive DSLR. Geared primarily towards amateur hobbyists, perhaps those of you with more experience can get some ideas as well. Here are some suggestions that are independent of gear.

Here comes the list of ten tips & hints, all easy to achieve. I think the list works. It discusses the following points:

  • Compose
  • Eliminate the Unnecessary
  • Avoid direct light
  • Break your habits
  • Ask for Critique From Someone You Respect
  • Ask for Critique From Someone That Knows Nothing About Photography
  • Practice Immediately
  • Take Photos Without Your Camera
  • Maintain Your Gear
  • Take Some Time to Learn Every Function of Your Equipment



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