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  • Let's start with the first tip which is very important.

  • It's about cards and batteries.

  • And I'm not sure if this happened to you or not until this point, but it happened to me

  • a few times.

  • I went on a trip or I arrived at a location and when I wanted to start taking some photos

  • I sadly noticed that I have no sd card in my camera or my camera battery wasn't charged

  • up.

  • I was so angry and embarrased in that moment that I promised myself this will not happen

  • again in the future.

  • So now, I copy the photos in my computer, empty my sd card, put it back in my camera

  • and charge up my camera batteries during the night before the next shooting day.

  • This way is so much easier, I wake up with no stress, cause everything is charged up

  • in the morning.

  • As a bonus tip, you can have a secondary empty card in your camera bag, which stays there

  • forever, just in case.

  • You will only use this card if you accidentally forgot the main card at home.

  • For my Canon EOS R, I use sd cards from SanDisk, I will link them below together with other

  • things that I will mention in the video, make sure you check them out!

  • And a short disclaimer, this video is not sponsored by anyone.

  • The second tip is to have a small tripod with you.

  • There are times when you travel and you end up in a very nice place so you want to take

  • a photo of you and your friends or family, but in the same time to include the surroundings

  • if there's a beautiful landscape behind you.

  • The tripod is also very useful to keep your camera steady when you want to take a long

  • exposure photo of the night sky or maybe of a waterfall.

  • While you are a beginner I don't recommend you

  • to have a heavy and big tripod.

  • I would suggest buying a smaller one, like for example a flexible tripod that you can

  • hold in your hand, put it on the ground or choose something like this one that is called

  • SLIK Sprint Mini II.

  • It's only 26 cm long or 14 inches collapsed, and it can extend up to 115 cm or 45 inches.

  • The idea here is that you don't wanna get uncomfortable because of the weight of your

  • gear.

  • The photography process should be a pleasure and hey, before tip no.3.. if you enjoy this

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  • any of my future videos.

  • So, the 3rd tip is to keep your lens clean.

  • It doesn't matter if your camera is capable of shooting 30 megapixel photos if your lens

  • is full of finger prints, grease or dirt.

  • What I'm suggesting is to always have a microfiber cloth in case your lens gets dirty.

  • Do not use your shirt, your coat, you should only use materials that are meant to clean

  • glass parts.

  • Tip no.

  • 4

  • is to learn and understand what are the ISO, the shutter speed and the aperture.

  • This is the only way that you will progress in photography.

  • You will need to learn how to control your camera.

  • You should be the boss of your camera.

  • If the camera decides for you how to shoot photos, that's ok if you are just starting

  • out.

  • But if you want to reach to the next level, try to learn more about the basics: the ISO,

  • shutter speed and aperture, so you can get out of the auto-functions of your camera.

  • Trust me, this will help you a lot, because you will know what settings you will have

  • to use in different situations.

  • Tip no.5 is to buy at least a small camera bag, because you need to protect your gear

  • while traveling and when you're not using the camera.

  • You invested some money to buy gear, but you will need to take care of it.

  • As a beginner you will only have to carry your camera with a lens, an sd card, a battery

  • charger and a micro fiber cloth.

  • All these can fit in a small bag like this one for example: this is the Lowepro 17L Nova

  • Sport.

  • I have it for a few year now, it's a shoulder bag, you have plenty of space in it, even

  • for additional lens, you have exterior pockets, and of course it can be protected by a weather

  • resistant material.

  • Whatever bag you choose, just choose one, because you definitely need it.

  • Tip no.

  • 6

  • Try to find your own style when capturing images, I know it's hard, it's hard for me

  • too, but I like to look at other photographers work and try to understand how they play with

  • the light, colors, lenses and composition.

  • Be inspired by them but don't copy images exactly as they are because your image will

  • never look better than the original.

  • Tip no.7: Share your work, because if you want to get

  • noticed, your photo needs to be seen by many many pairs of eyes.

  • And yes it's very easy to post your work these days through social media, but in the same

  • time this place became a very crowded one.

  • But, you can find lots of photography groups on Facebook where you can post your photos

  • and get feedback, but you need to be aware from the start that you will receive negative

  • comments and hate at some point.

  • That's just the way it is nowadays, people don't care if their words can ruin someones

  • passion or work, they say what they think and that's it.

  • Of course there are also many people out there who are willing to help each other, and those

  • are the ones who matter to you!

  • Now..

  • I know there are plenty of other useful tips for beginners so what I suggest is to comment

  • below with your tips.

  • I'm sure they will be appreciated by other people here.

  • I'm Criss, thanks for watching and see you next time!

Let's start with the first tip which is very important.

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攝影技巧,我希望我開始時知道 (Photography tips I wish I knew when I started)

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    Henry 楊 發佈於 2021 年 01 月 14 日
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