Photography Fine Art

Photography Fine Art

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Make use of the instant feedback you get from a digital camera. The screen on your digital camera can show you the basics of how your photo came out the instant you snap the shot. Learn from your mistakes and take another shot, there's no need to wait for your prints anymore.

Take successive photos of your subject if there is a chance that it might move. Certain subjects, such as wild animals, won't just wait patiently for you to take your photo. In this case, take one shot quickly so that you have something to work with. Then, if the subject hasn't moved, take more shots with better positioning and composition.


In today’s video, I delve into a discussion about fine art photography and try to pin a definition on this nearly undefinable genre. Do I succeed? I don’t really know …

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