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Apr 15, 2014Photography Tip #12

Do you want to take your digital photography from being just a fun activity to an imaginative concept? Today’s Visualized Arts Photography Tip # 12 has informational tips and methods that may help to change your household photographs into valuable pieces of personal and commercial artwork. See the Blog at today.

Spend some time and select the main subject(s) of your photographs carefully. Take a few photographs rather than only one singe picture which may have no detail or focus if you're attempting to make a huge an impact.

Try to avoid overcast skies, photos that have an excessive volume of grey skies will appear average and lifeless. If you need to shoot an overcast sky, a black and white or sepia photo might outperform the traditional color prints. On the other hand, a vibrant blue sky will increase the beauty of your images and set you apart from others.

Spend some time understanding your camera’s white balance settings. Altering the white balance feature could give you more authentic looking images. This little alternation in quality can certainly make your pictures appear more professional. Most of all do not forget to practice!!


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