Pumpkin’s Photo Tips (Foto Friday ~ BAB Takeover Week June 2018)

Hey guys! I have today’s takeover post and I will be sharing some of my amateur photo tips! I’m not too good at taking photos, but I’ll still share some very basic tips that can do a lot of good.
Lighting
Try to have good lighting. Natural lighting is always a great option, so I would recommend that. However, if you are indoors and aren’t around a window, you can use artificial lighting. Stage lighting and lights bought specifically for photography would be perfect, but most beginners(like myself) do not have those.
Also, don’t position your subject directly in front of the light source. That does not turn out very well. Heheh…
Focus
You don’t have to have a fancy DSLR camera in order to have nice photos. One of the most important things is focus. Every camera(even phone cameras!) has focus, just focus on your subject so your photo comes out clear! (Or, you could focus on something else to give your photo a unique look.
Composition
Don’t just have your subject central to each photo. Experiment with different angles and poses. Your subject doesn’t always have to be in the middle of the photo.
Also, you can do a lot with editing. Not only special effects, but also make the photo clearer and sharper.
I’m sorry for such a short post, but I didn’t have a lot of time to create it and I’m not the best photographer you’d want tips from. I gotta run, bye!
P.S. Check out this post for more tips.

 

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