42nd Street Photo’s Beginner Photography TipsPosted on February 23rd, 2010
We are going to offer a few tips for the beginner photographer. This article is more for the people who want to get into photography and are just looking for the basics to get started.
Start with an inexpensive camera. There is no use in spending a lot of money if you are just starting out. First buy an inexpensive camera and take plenty of photos to get the feel for what you are doing then you will know what to purchase next. I would suggest a point and shoot until you starting getting serious then move up to a SLR.
Carry your camera at all times, photo opportunities came when you least expect them too. Most digital cameras are small enough to fit in a small carry bag and you can even add a tripod if you like. You might also find a location you want to come back back and take photos of if you don’t have your camera.
User free resources to learn more about photography. Check out your local library and even the wealth of free information on the Internet.
Play with your camera settings. Learn what each setting does and how to use it. Read the manual that comes with the camera and don’t be afraid to experiment with them.
Take photos all the time and any time. Take photos everyday if possible to practice on a regular basis.
We hope these help any beginners that are interested in photography.