In life, people are trained to always create things that are almost perfectly even. While symmetry and perfection are things people look for, try and take pictures of your subject off center. Beware of auto-focus features that lock in to whatever is in the center of the lens. Use manual focus instead, and lock your focus before snapping the picture.
One of the best ways for you to learn about photography is to study examples of how to hold your camera and work your subject during photo shoots. In addition, you can talk to someone who has been in photography for a long time to gain valuable insight on your craft.
Don't be afraid to experiment! With digital cameras, you can now store an incredible amount of photos. Try it out! Don't be afraid to set up your camera at a stream one day and play around with the effects to see what kind of photos you get. It can be a great way to learn what works, and what doesn't.
How to Build Your Own Home Studio. This DIY tech talk is for my boos who are creating videos at home and designing flawless studios on a budget. You’ll see …