Photography for Beginner:2020
December 20, 2019
Photography for any beginner is more often a hobby rather than a profession. Some people travel to remote and picturesque locations a lot certainly, such people should start photography as a hobby with an aim to capture these beautiful memories for a lifetime and sharing with those who would appreciate the splendors of nature. An amateur photographer shot the Indian Roller above. Listed below are few tips for beginners and novices to start photography. Do read about some basic terms used in Photography.
To begin photography start with a basic digital camera rather than an expensive professional one. More often credit for a splendid photo goes to the photographer than the camera. Lay emphasis on the basics of photography i.e Shutter speed, Aperture, and ISO. Visualize the shot by keeping the light source in mind, compose it with the rule of thirds. Explore your DSLR and commit to the cause.
Photography for Beginner:2020 RAW Mode
Tsomgo Lake was shot in RAW mode to capture the finer details. Light Room or Photoshop can be handy for Post-processing. Graduate from the Auto mode at the earliest to unravel the full potential of your camera.
A lot of teaching aids are available on the net. Understand the basic concepts and learn more about the job. It is sure that you’ll end up with awesome pictures and surprise yourself. Plan and take simple shots prior to graduating to more complex shots.
As the shooting passion & confidence rises, using the basic prime lenses provided you should explore new possibilities with advanced accessories like an intervalometer, filters, apps, etc. Once you get comfortable shooting with the basic camera and have understood the nuances of photography and the various functions of the camera you can plan to upgrade to a costlier model. Check various professional cameras out there.
The above pictures were shot using Nikon P1000. Night/ low light photography requires a steady tripod.
Get familiar with Photography Words For Beginners. Get the feel of your gear & get comfortable with it. Start compiling great shots. Always be suitably attired to cater for the weather. Wish you graduate to a professional soon and explore possibilities to pursue a career in photography. Read books to learn post-processing your RAW images. I wish you all Happy Shooting!!