Question by bb: Tips on photography?
I’m trying to make my photography better and i have many questions.
1. In what situation should i change my shutter speed and what should i change it to? (indoors, outdoors, different lighting)
2. I already know about depth of field, but, what f number should i put to fit with the shutter speed?
3. What are some good composition tips other than the rule of third?
4. Who is your favorite photographer?
Answer by Ara57
You are asking to learn the entire basics of exposure by getting a paragraph of “tips” from unknown people on line. It doesn’t work that way. To learn the basics of photography, you have to pick up a few books, or take a class, (which will also involve books) and put in lots of brain work and practice. Here are a couple of links that will help you learn a bit about the basics and get you started.:
“Understanding Exposure”, by Bryan Peterson should be in every hobby photographer’s library.
I have several “favorite” photographers: Paul Buchanan, David Meyer, Patrick DiFruscia, Galen Rowell, Ansel Adams (you will find his name on a lot of lists,) and Irving Penn to name a few..
Photography is fun and rewarding, but to become proficient at any level you will have to put in some effort. Best wishes and happy shooting!
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