TIP #1: LIGHT WITH CARE Photographic lighting is the illumination of scenes. A photograph simply records patterns of light, colour, and shades; lighting is all-important in controlling the image. In many cases even illumination is desired to give an accurate rendition of the scene. Without Good lighting & exposure in the image, it'll cease to loose the Quality or unable to capture what is desired.
TIP #2: MAKE SURE NO ONE IS COVERED UP Nobody likes to see missing person from Photos, maybe they are there yet un-noticing being blocked in that moment of photo being taken. It's good to have timeless moments, better with no one missing or covered in the picture.
TIP #3: LET EVERYONE UNFOLD NATURALLY / “HAVE FUN!” The best expression came from the truthful side of human beings. The comfortable reactions comes from us being Natural. Not everyone likes Posey shots, and some may prefer Candid shots. While there's freedom to express deep within the Heart of oneself. Let people have fun, free themselves from posing stressfully and let them express naturally!
TIP #4: CAPTURE "THAT" MOMENT Most natural moments happened just once, and never come back again like the one before. Everyone must have heard about this phrase (YOLO) you only live once. Same goes to photography, what we reckon is (MOCO) Moments only comes once... shoot it at the Right time before it's gone. Memories stays in that timeless moment.
TIP #5: APPLY COMPOSITION TECHNIQUE / RULE A Photo without Composition technique is a Photo without the tool to tell a Story of its Moment alive. There are no fixed rules, there are only guidelines and they are there for a reason. Some may love to break the rules even before they know or understand why the rules were made for. Composition Techniques and Rules often help Photographers in enhancing the impact of Photographs, and to a scientific extend it involve Golden ratio and how people are attracted by the proportion of the ratio being used or made.
TIP #6: CREATIVE IS ENOUGH, DON’T GET TOO “CHEESY” OR “AWKWARD” IN POSING Being Bold in creating Ideas is good, but not overdoing it. Some may be more suitable in certain idea and some may not. Give some time to think about what can be done best at its Natural state. View 5 Tips that will help you avoid Awkward Photos, click here.
TIP #7: WATCH WHAT'S AT THE BACK? PHOTOBOMB? When it comes to Outdoor Photoshoots especially on the Weekend, it's knownly that prevention of the Crowd isn't any use. However, what can be done better is to create Photographs that consist of a better or nice looking Background. May apply Patterns in the background too, set as secondarily composition. Be at a area with lesser crowd & passerby. Focus your Subject & Keep away from Distractions.
TIP #8: KEEP THE QUALITY We've seen many Photographers pushing ISO to 1600 or 3200 under daylight, compensating with probably high / small aperture and fast shutter speed. Probably in order to capture Children jumping or moving, however by doing so it adds distractions from the background due to the Aperture settings. That's for sure not the best choice for Camera Settings. It is important to use the right settings, technique & control during Photoshoot. To bring out the best in both creativity & quality in the final shots. A guideline for daylight Photography under the Sun would be ISO range 100-400 , Wide Aperture & a Shutter speed setting to compensate the speed of the Family movement. View Photography Cheatsheet, click here.
TIP #9: CREATE PATTERNS Make do with shapes like "Triangles", "Circles", "Rectangulars" in your image. Notice those lines around or irregular shapes that may become part of your secondarily composition. It may enhance & contribute alittle to your negative space. And, they may also help enhance the outcome of the Photo.
LAST BUT NOT LEAST, TIP #10: DON'T KEEP TO ONE LENS : Know what your Equipment can do is important too. Creativity comes from not only the mind, but the form of Equipment used that brings the Photo Story to a higher level.
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