Advice for a new budding photographer?

@jhongz (42)
Philippines
April 9, 2007 10:05pm CST
What can you say about photography? I already know the basics like using the camera manually. Playing around with the Speed and opening and what not. As to whats the perfect time to take pictures? How to do it well and what are good subjects for good pictures?
5 responses
@faith6 (47)
• United States
11 Apr 07
perfect time to take pic's is the morning and before it gets dark, thats when the lighting is ideal. macro photography is fun
@bobmnu (8160)
• United States
11 Apr 07
I would suggest that you take a couple of hours from time to time and just take pictures of what you are inteested in and know something about your subject. Try to take at least 100 photos. Try different subjects each time you go out. Find out what you enjoy and what you are comfortable with photographing.
@feris0604 (303)
• Malaysia
10 Apr 07
Everyone knows in his or heart what is the perfect time to take pictures. Some like it day time, others prefer dimmer lights. Nobody can tell you what you really want. Any perfect timing or subject is yours to create. For us to tell you, is for you to find out.
@Pigglies (9340)
• United States
10 Apr 07
I like the morning and evening for taking photos, with a bit more preference for morning than evening. As far as subjects, anything you're interested in. Some of my favorite subjects are guinea pigs, flowers, and sea lions.
• Australia
10 Apr 07
i think the best times to take pictures, are early in the morning, and around sunset at night. To take photos well you need to understand a few photographic techniques, try reading up on photographic compisition, it really helped me out. Anything can be a good subject for a picture if the photograph is taken the right way. Photographic Composition Link: http://www.moodsofnature.com/composition.html