Monday, October 24, 2011
Let It Evolve
As your skills grow you become more selective before you make an exposure
As your ability to create better photographs evolves, you shoot fewer frames, as you don't recreate mistakes you made in the past. Within this concept of evolution lives a mini world of wanting to capture the best image for every situation you encounter. As your skills grow, you become more selective before you make an exposure. And when you edit, you keep only the best.
Study the LCD, and ask yourself what you can do to improve the picture; perhaps a touch of flash to open up the shadows; perhaps the addition of a warm toned reflector would be beneficial; maybe zoom the lens to add a creative twist. The next time you choose to "click and run," refrain from leaving your subject too early. Review the image on the LCD and ask yourself how you can apply the above tips to wind up with a winner—let it evolve!
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