How to become a good photographer? Can you tell some tips and rules for photogra

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  1. ultimate kenneth profile image60
    ultimate kennethposted 12 years ago

    How to become a good photographer? Can you tell some tips and rules for photography?

  2. moiponetsoka profile image61
    moiponetsokaposted 12 years ago

    what i have learned is that you have to start shooting in the manual mode,the manual mode helps you choose the shutter speed and apperture in other words you become in charge of the camera, you also have to know what shutter speed to use for each movement for example is something is moving fast your shutter speed must be fast and in low light the shutter speen must be very slow so it can let in enough light into the camera.

    1. ultimate kenneth profile image60
      ultimate kennethposted 12 years agoin reply to this

      wow....thank for the tips...^^_

  3. DzyMsLizzy profile image85
    DzyMsLizzyposted 12 years ago

    I"ve been taking pictures since I was 8 years old. So practice and experience are prime considerations.

    Rather than try to explain a very complex topic in this short-answer venue, I refer you to my series of Hubs about this very subject.  There are many things to consider, and I've broken them down into separate articles: … he-Picture … t-Pictures … ing-Tricks … Kid-Photos

    I hope you find those helpful.
    Cheers, DML

    1. ultimate kenneth profile image60
      ultimate kennethposted 12 years agoin reply to this

      thanks for the articles...those are great hubs!

  4. profile image0
    ghiblipgposted 12 years ago

    Only one word, "practice". Keep review your photos, read books like Ansel Adam. Keep improving yourself. Simple, right?

    1. ultimate kenneth profile image60
      ultimate kennethposted 12 years agoin reply to this

      thank you! I will follow your instructions...

  5. photostudiosupply profile image60
    photostudiosupplyposted 12 years ago

    In my opinion, while doing photography, one should always try to find a simple, mid-toned background alongwith a braod gap to throw it out of focus.

  6. bobtylor profile image57
    bobtylorposted 11 years ago

    You should follow this rules:
    1:Rule of Thirds
    2:Balancing Elements
    3:Leading Lines
    4:Symmetry and Patterns
    For More guide read this article : or visit :

    1. ultimate kenneth profile image60
      ultimate kennethposted 11 years agoin reply to this

      whoah! its been a couple of months ago when I asked this question! anyway,  I learned some of the rules most especially rule of thirds, symmetry/patterns, viewpoint, depth, framing, cropping, exp[erimentation, hmm...almost all indeed! :big_smile


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