Being satisfied with your photography boils down to a few simple principles that are easy to learn. Once you know them all you need to do is practice and your photos will get better and better.
With digital photography the good news is there is no real cost associated with practicing; if you are not happy with the photo you can delete it and start over. So take lots of photos!
When shooting people in daylight … put the sun behind them and fill in their face with a flash. This will avoid large shadows cast across the face.
Shoot for 15 minutes in a small space–like a bathroom or closet.
People I Learn From
Books and Magazines
Teach Yourself Fine Art Photography (4th Edition)
Any book or article written by Scott Kelby and/or Ken Rockwell.
KEH Camera (my go-to source for used camera equipment)
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Lessons with Me: I provide lessons to individuals who can meet me in the Central Pennsylvania region. To learn more please contact me so we can discuss your photography goals, pricing, and scheduling.