So, you finally jumped into photography? Good for you! As you’ll surely find as you get more and more involved in photography, it’s a fun hobby and one that will bring you endless joy. You’ll also find out that it can get a little overwhelming… By that I mean that there’s just a lot to learn. From composition and lighting to camera gear and learning how to use it, you’ve got a lot on your plate. With that in mind, I put together this list of tips that I found helpful when I started my photography journey. Some of these are things I discovered on my own through silly mistakes. Others were passed on to me from more experienced photographers.
And now, I’m passing them onto you!
Work With the Camera You’ve Got
The lure of new gear is hard to resist for any photographer. But the desire to have a big, bad camera is especially strong for newbies. It makes sense, though - for many beginner photographers, there is a mistaken belief that a new camera will result in better . . .
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