How to Get Best Photo Shot with your DSLR Camera

For you who are still beginners in the world of photography, there are some tips on how to get the best photo shot. Besides practising continuously to get used to and get good photos, some beginner photography techniques must also be sharpened.

Adjust the lighting
Never take pictures with the sun’s position directly behind you. This method can be said to be very boring because the light will appear flat on your target or model. If you take a cool photo method by using the side behind light (of the subject), you will be able to shape the light in such a way, and also make a good way of taking photos that look more attractive.

Use your mind
What is meant by taking pictures using your mind is imagining the expressions of your model and paying attention to the conditions of light. Think about how you can arrange the image out there later, which makes your interest and also the type of lighting that you might be able to use to take the best picture.

Do the experiment with your camera settings
The results of your shooting may be more flexible and real than you know. Therefore, you need to read the manual in order to help you interpret all the smallest symbols. When you deepen it, try aiming at your subject with several settings to learn the effects that you like. When you are viewing your photos on a computer, you can check the EXIF data (usually found in the property file) to look back at the settings you are using.

Capture the right moment
You are suggested to continue taking pictures, again and again, using the camera settings that you have chosen until the right time arrives. Get to know your subject. It is very important to take more pictures if you want to successfully capture the best moment from your subject. I’ve tried this tips when taking pictures on the Olympic game in Vancouver and it’s work.

Use the flash
The next trick on how to get best photo shot is by using the flash even in the midday Many people think that flash feature is only able to be used at night or in the dim light. In fact, flash can brilliantly cover the glare shadow and better lighting under the sun.

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