Here are few quick tips that are in no particular order.
Below your knees and above your head. Things might look more interesting from a different perspective. Lay down on the ground or get to higher grounds.
Zoom in or out with your feet once in a while. It’s not the same as rotating the zoom ring.
Observe your subject silently. But be prepared. Few more seconds just might give you something better than a boring shot.
Sneak in a candid or two or more.
Lighting plays a major role.
With and without flashers.
Human elements add to the picture.
But nature is always glorious on its own.
Sometimes you need more than one picture to capture all that glory.
Get up before sunrise.
Wait until sundown.
Focus on the eyes.
It’s okay to frame tight.
Sometimes there are frames all around us.
But backgrounds can also be interesting.
Does your picture tell a story?
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