Taking great photos is easy when you follow simple tips like the ones I’m about to give you. When you follow these tips, you’ll start seeing improvements right away. Lets begin.
Taking great photography is based on the way that you compose your photos. It is how you frame the shot. Every photographer will frame a shot differently. Even when both use the same exact guidelines, one photographer may accentuate a particular element whereas another may exclude it entirely.
Frame the Subject.
There are many opportunities you can use to frame the subject your photography in an interesting way. For example, you could frame a person within a window or between two trees. Or you could even frame them between an interesting arch.
Photograph During the Right Time of Day
Taking a photo in one location at different times of day will make for very different photos. The lighting will change the way a photo looks drastically. Some times of the day the sun will be from the left, later dead overhead, and later to the right. These different positions create different effects. For example, if you are photographing a mountain then when the sun is facing at the side of it, it will make the details of the mountain more prominent. When the sun is overhead it will dull those details.
Get Close and Isolate!
Sometimes, all you need to do to take a good photograph is to get a little closer. Having very complex and detailed photos can make the viewer confused and not know where to look. What happens because of this? They just do not look and walk away.