Photography tricks I learned to becoming a better photographer (Part 3)

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Mirrors are cool

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Chicago, IL
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St. Lucia

 

Tripods are super helpful for stabilizing pictures for taking timelapses or astrophotography. Utilize them well.

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Death Valley, CA

 

If you don’t have a tripod, use railings to steady yourself

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Disneyland, CA

 

Props are gimmicky unless you have an amazing idea for them

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Santa Cruz, CA

 

Remember to enjoy what’s around you. Don’t constantly keep the camera in your face.

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St. Lucia

 

Trust in Program Mode (P). Let the camera do some of the heavy thinking. You won’t have all the time in the world to create the perfect setup on your camera to get the picture you want.

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Disneyland, CA
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Disneyland, CA

 

Colors

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Candlestick Park, San Francisco, CA
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San Jose, CA
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Disneyland, CA
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