Review of Tips to Becoming a Better Photographer
Take a class on photography or attend a photography seminar.No matter how many times I take classes or seminars, I always come away with something useful. I try to take at least one class or seminar each year. There are many different places to find classes or seminars. Just type "Local Photography classes" into your search engine and you will find lots of choices. If you are short for time you might try some of the online classes that are listed, but I always try to take one in person at least every other year. I think sharing with other people you meet at the seminars and classes is a great part of the learning experience.
Study the work of Photographers you Admire.
- What makes it appealing to you?
- Is the lighting good for the subject?
- What can you learn from the photo?
- What would you do differently?
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Take a 52 week Photography Challenge.
In a Distance
A few of the other words for the challenge include: large, small, scattered, up close, looking out, red, flowers, fill the frame and daily habit. Of course there are many more but this gives you an idea of how it works.
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