Learn to Use Your Camera and Avoid the Need for Digital Enhancement Through Constant Practice.
The key to learning anything is to practice constantly but this does not mean endlessly running around snapping away at everything that moves… or doesn’t move.
It means running through the exact steps that one would normally take when out getting shots.
Fast camera setup and familiarity with your equipment frees your attention on to what is around you.
This permits observation which is key to the process. The ability to observe the scene, predict the shot, see the shot on the camera display, it looks ok.
Pay attention to how you have adjusted your settings throughout. Now go home and take a look at the shots full size.
Take note of the changes in each shot and how those changes moved you closer to or further away from what you were going for.
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In Nature Photography or Outdoor Photography Your Observation and Understanding of the Environment is Vital.
You can’t rush nature photography and you really have to watch your subject for a long time in order to understand its behavior. Put the camera down for a while and simply look at the scene or your subject in that scene.
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