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Understand the exposure triangle

Author: John Spears, Jr.
Date: November 14, 2022

If you’re new to photography, these tips will help you improve your skills and take better photos.

1. Use the rule of thirds

The rule of thirds is a guideline for composing your photos. It states that you should divide your frame into thirds, both horizontally and vertically, and place your subject at the intersection of those lines. This can help you create a more balanced and pleasing composition.

2. Get closer to your subject

One of the most common mistakes novice photographers make is not getting close enough to their subject. If you’re taking a photo of a person or thing, make sure you fill the frame with it. This will make your subject appear more pronounced and can help you avoid taking a busy or cluttered photo.

3. Use a tripod

A tripod can be a helpful tool, especially when taking photos in low light or when you need to capture a long exposure. It can also be helpful for keeping your camera steady when zooming in on a subject.

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