How To Take Photographs Like A Pro

Posted on: 29th January 2016

In a world propelled by the digital world, it’s no wonder people love taking photos. Whether Facebook, Instagram, or pursuing a photography hobby, there’s always a beautiful image to capture. However, taking really awesome photos is a particular skill, and there are a few tricks out there to help you out. Here are four tips to take photographs like a pro!

1. Invest in a good camera

It’s stating the obvious, but a top quality camera means top quality photos. Look no further than Tomorro  for your chance to win a Canon DSLR. Its stunning lens and state of the art features will have you shooting images like a pro in no time!

2. Outdoor lighting

If you don’t have a pro-style camera, just snap those memories in the great outdoors. On mobile devices, outdoor lighting highlights features, creates patterns with shadow for landscape shots, and brings out clearer, sharper, images. Morning light is best for some really good happy snaps!

3. Look your subject in the eye

The eyes are the windows to the soul. Holding the camera at your subject’s eye level will highlight the emotional situation of the photo, and make for more vivid memories. Why not take the opportunity to capture what your loved one is really thinking and feeling? Creating priceless memories is as simple as changing the angle!

4. Lock the focus

If your subject is not in the middle of the frame, it’s important to lock the focus to ensure a sharp image. Most phones and auto-focus cameras focus on the object in the centre of the image. Pay attention to the objects near the edges of the frame if you want them to feature. The focus on the Canon DSLR is great for taking pro-style photographs. Make sure you enter for your chance to win!

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