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Wednesday 15 November 2017 at 06:54 am.

PHOTOGRAPHY GUIDE FOR BEGINNERS

You could imagine the time of Stone Age wherein there were no cameras and instead of capturing those moments they would just engrave those moments on stone not until the invention of photography that made this an art, a fascination. People from all walks of life would take picture of themselves, friends, pets and landscapes and more. But the question is how much do we know about photography? Should we know more about photography guide? There are different ways of photography that we can learn even as amateur photographer and since of the digital age these are all accessible at the least.

Kinds of photography that we can learn from

We first look into black and white photography or monochrome photography. This includes all forms of black and white photography. It exposes the contour and character, tone and texture, the aesthetic and the beauty of the subject. The two components of black and white photography that gives depth and feeling is the shadows and highlights. It emphasizes the texture of the subject.

The second is action photography. For a beginner it’s quite a challenge to engage in action photography since movements of the subject is fast and unpredictable, so you need to be quick in clicking the shutter. It pays to be alert and ready with your camera so anytime you see an action worth capturing, you can do it instantly.

Next is travel photography. Some people are fond of taking picture when they travel to keep those moments through pictures. It is sometimes connected with a time machine where you can enjoy those photos and can look back on and enjoy it for years. It is about capturing the feel, the emotion and the essence of a certain place. It is telling people about their culture, the landscape and the mood of that place.

There are so many kinds of photography but for now enjoy and have fun with your camera.