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Top 5 Photography Tips,you should know about, If You Want To Take Good Photos. These following tips will help you to become a good Photographer

1.- Use The Rule Of Third:

Grid Lines (The Rule Of Third)

The adjusting of Grid Lines in a proper way called The Rule of Third. It makes the photo better and in a good composition, Sometimes we place an object in the centre or in the middle of the frame but Using the Rule of third make it more better though. According to the rule of third , we need to place any object on the lines and on the lines of cross-section for better result, Its all about composition. If you want a “wow” on your photo so Rule of third is the secret you need to take advantage of !. Here in this photo the tree is pointed on the line of cross-section for getting a Good image. Professional Photographers Always use this tool.

2.- Avoid Camera Shaking:

If You want to take good picture of any object or things, you need to be aware of Camera Shaking . For a better result, clarity and details You need to Avoid the shaking of camera. You may use Stand to avoid it.

Also, for handheld shooting, make sure that you are using a shutter speed that is appropriate for your lens’ focal length. If you’re shutter speed is too slow, any unintentional movement of the camera will result in your entire photograph coming out blurry. The rule of thumb is not to shoot at a shutter speed that is slower than your focal length to minimize this problem:

1 / Focal Length (in mm) = Minimum Shutter Speed (in seconds)

So, as an example, if you’re using a 100mm lens, then your shutter speed should be no lower than 1/100th of a second.

3. Create a Sense Of Depth:

Small Aperture

when Doing Landscape Photography, the sense of depth really helps you getting good images. So when You do landscape photography, try to avoid blurring the image , sometimes photographers do blur the background and focus on the object but That photo has no meaning Because you are capturing the landscape not the object so for that You need to have good knowledge about Aperture.

Use a wide-angle lens for a panoramic view and a small aperture of f/16 or smaller to keep the foreground and background sharp. Placing an object or person in the foreground helps give a sense of scale and emphasizes how far away the distance is.

4. Use Simple Background:

The simple approach is usually the best in digital photography, and you have to decide what needs to be in the shot, while not including anything that is a distraction.

If possible, choose a plain background – in other words, neutral colors and simple patterns. You want the eye to be drawn to the focal point of the image rather than a patch of color or an odd building in the background. This is especially vital in a shot where the model is placed off center.

5. Choose The Right ISO:

The ISO of camera determines How sensitive our camera to Light. More ISO means more sensitive to light and less ISO means less sensitive to light. So ISO Depends on the situation. If The light is Dark we need to Choose ISO greater than 320 or more and If the Light is bright or the day is sunny enough so The ISO should be at 100 for getting a good photo. Here is this photo the light is dark so the ISO is 320. If you put ISO much higher it may results of your blurry photo.

So These are the 5 Tips Use these tips and Capture Good Photos.

Thanks and Good Luck for the photos.

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