Lens on


Lens on

Creativity is an art which many people may not possess. But this depends on how you deal with the talent that you have. If you nurture it well, you would get success and ultimately will make your path towards glory. So, often we hear that we are defined by the choices we make and it is quite necessary to take this step in this competitive world. Well, one may be influenced by photography which requires a quite deal of skills and patience as well. Now, this profession is really booming. The young and talented photographers are crossing each border, scaling heights, jumping from choppers, diving deep into the sea just to catch or shot the best moments and put it forth in front of our eyes. But you have to know the basics of photography before you get started. It is not just a DSLR hanging around your neck or a point-shoot camera that you are carrying in each jungle safari.


You must start from the start from the beginning in order to know all the relevant details. This will guide you to be one of the budding photographers of the world. There are many techniques which you must know and slowly you would get accustomed to. One thing is that you must have patience in photography to excel. You must not give up.


The primary thing that you must know is the working of your camera. You must know all the details of your camera. If you are using a DSLR, the manual would help you. If you are using a mirrorless camera, then you must know to compare it with the DSLR. If you opt for just a mere point and shoot camera, then you have to possess the knowledge of it and try to compare with the DSLR.


You must know which brand to choose. It is always recommended to have a discussion with the professionals before you hit the lens. Always read the reviews and check online before grabbing a camera. You can also check all the specifications and other relevant details of the brand online. This would make your first step clearer. Also, remember to check some online discounts for popular brands?like Canon.


Once you get the kit, you should know the basics of each part like the aperture, shutter speed, camera ISO. Then you have to bridge the gap of each to know the proper functions and also the timing of the camera and how it works. You should learn about the White balance, Exposure and much more. There are some technical terms which you must slowly get used to.


Always take the advantage of the light whether it is natural or street light. You must know where to place the camera to get the pictures better. If you want the subject to be under the influence of the darkness or shadow, then you have to adjust the light in that manner. This will give a vivid description of each photo.