How can one make his photography better??

India
March 13, 2009 1:20am CST
Hi guys, i just wanna to ask How can one make his photography better?? does it requires a better camera. or any one can make his photography better.?? or requires to be trained ?? or just photography sense can make it gr8 ?? guys w8ng for ur reply.
2 responses
@hcromer (2712)
• United States
13 Mar 09
Good photography doesn't mean you have to have the best camera. I have taken amazing pictures with cheap cameras and people take great pictures with cameras that they have made themselves even. It's important to know how to use your camera and about photography basics such as "the exposure triangle" http://digital-photography-school.com/learning-exposure-in-digital-photography If you have a good eye you may be able to take good photos with great composition with a point and shoot camera and don't have to learn those basics right away.
• India
14 Mar 09
Hey hcromer, glad to see ur reply. I gotta know something more about photography. Thanks a lot for ur reply and for the link too.
• Philippines
24 Mar 09
hcromer you are reading digital-photography-school too... yeah they do give a lot of advise. have you won the weekly assignment? i don't think i can win... others are much better than i am. i hope that i will improve fast...
@bobmnu (8160)
• United States
15 Mar 09
You need to have a good camera, not an expensive one. then it takes time and practice. find something you enjoy taking pictures of and learn about that. I enjoy sports action photography. I have taken thousands of photos but I have also studies the game I am going to photograph. In sports Photography the difference between a good shot and a great shot could be a 1/10 of a second in shooting. Some of the best wildlife photographers are trained in Biology not photography. My advice is get a good camera - there are Canons, Nikon and other major brands that you can get for between $100 and $200 that will give your some great pictures. Learn about your camera and what you want to photograph, then Practice Practice, Practice.