Question about Cameras
Hawaii is a good setting for a perfect picture. So are the Rocky Mountains in Colorado. But my choice now is wherever vietphoto is because he will buy me a beer.
Posted on Jan 29, 2015
Dear Annieanu - there is no setting for 'perfect picture'. Henri Cartier Bresson said that to take a good photograph you need to have your mind, eye and heart on the same line of sight.
Mind: you HAVE to understand how your camera works! You HAVE to understand the relationship between SHUTTER and APERTURE and, these days, white balance/file format etc. You learn this by either studying a book or by doing a course. You need to be the MASTER of your Camera!!! I learnt this by walking up to people with expensive cameras and offering to buy them a beer if they could explain what an f/stop was!
Eye: You need to know the basic rules of composition. I learnt this from books on photography and also by having my photographs critiqued. It helps if you have some creativity within you!!
Heart: This is your passion! Your love/fire/desire.
You combine these three things and that's how you get on the road to taking perfect pictures. I can't remember who said it but 'every day you don't take a photograph is a day you didn't learn something'.
Happy shooting! H
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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