With wide affordability and the rapid technical development of complex digital cameras a huge amount of folks is meanwhile able to enjoy the pleasure of digital photography. However, most photographers are still tempted to use the cozy fully automated setting of their cameras without understanding how easy and rewarding it is to change to advanced camera settings for breathtaking results. The measure from merely a 'Snapshot' to a stunning image is smaller than you may think...
Ideally use your camera in Aperture priority mode. This provides you control over depth of field. All other parameters will be set by the camera accordingly. Higher values boost the depth of field are resulted in a smaller depth of field by small values. If you shoot landscape pictures, ensure you use an Aperture at around f11.0 to f14.0. Additionally it is urged to work with a tripod for the best results in landscape photography. For portraits a shallow depth of field (f1.4-f5.6) frequently offers you a nicer results as 'disturbing' elements are clouded away and the spectator's focus is on the person.
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The key to success is how to compose your images. You might have chosen the perfect settings for your image and are able to have the camera that is very best. Your picture won't make it in case your composition is boring. It's the composition which will determine in case your picture is inferior or stunning. With some easy rules you can turn your pictures into images that are beautiful:
Rule of Thirds don't place your subject in the middle. It's much more appealing to put your subject(s) according to the rule of thirds. Some cameras even have the function to break up your viewfinder with two horizontal and two vertical lines into nine sections. Place your subjects on the areas were two lines cross.
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Lead in Lines After using the Rule of Thirds in Landscape Photography you should find lines which lead to your main subject like a path or a fence.
Dutch Angel It can also add another exciting element to an image when you hold your camera with an angle other than 90 degrees. Try it and play around with this. You'll adore the difference. This is only one of my personal favorites as it changes the outlook out of the 'normal'.
Starting following these few easy rules there will probably be no more rainy days - you are already in your method to becoming a great photographer that takes beautiful pictures. I wish you lots of fun and hope you relish your transformation...