Do you ever find it hard to come up with a good post idea? This week I was having the same problem. I was looking at blog post ideas, looking around my room, and then it hit me. Photography.
Recently I got a Coolpix camera. Since I got it, I’ve been taking lots of pictures. I’ve actually been doing photography for a long time, so I guess it’s finally time I shared with you some of my photography tips! (Also, I will be using some photos from the free library in WordPress)
Use the grid on your camera. There is a rule to go with the grid as well: The main object should be near where the lines on the grid meet. This doesn’t always have to be the case, for instance, I have a picture of my dog in the middle of the screen, which I thought looked better than on the grid lines. But grids help everything look more balanced than they do without the grid.
Use a tripod or something stable. When you hold the camera, it shakes. So use a tripod, a stack of books, or even a ladder to keep it stable. It really does help with the quality of the image.
Try not to use zoom. This also makes the camera shake more, and it tends to make the images blurry. Using a tripod helps with this, and so does a better camera. Sometimes, getting closer to the object is better than zooming.
Use natural light. Natural light looks much better in pictures than electric light, which had a little bit of a yellow tint, while natural light makes the image’s lighting balanced. Even if you have a good camera, natural light is better.
Edit your photos. I recommend *BeFunky Photo Editor, which is the editor I use. Usually, you just need to edit the brightness and contrast, but you can add special effects, like black and white, sepia, as well as text, graphics, and much more.
Well, thanks for reading this week’s post! Question of the day: what is you favorite thing to take pictures of? I hope you enjoyed this post! If you did, don’t forget to hit the like button below! Until next week! Bye!