Many blogs, websites and YouTube videos have photography advice. But here, I am going to give some simple 101 photography advice to those who are taking their first class in photography and what you can gain from it:
- Object Angle–> You will learn how to snap photos in different angles. For example, if you are taking a picture of a cat climbing in a tree, you will have to hold your camera in many different ways to capture what your object is doing at that moment.
- Adapting to Photoshop–> You will learn how to use Photoshop to enhance the image’s lighting, color of the object(s) and set the “mood” tone. In other words, you will determine the photo’s mood: is the photo meant to represent happiness or depression?
- Creating Your First Photography Book–> One of the last things you will end up doing for a project is creating your first photography book and publish it online. If you are using http://www.magcloud.com/, you will have to download a template and learn how to evenly distribute the photographs on both pages, etc. Continue to practice and remember: patience is a virtue. Once you learn the basic ropes of photography, it will be a breeze.