Want to improve your photographs? Take these actions BEFORE you click the shutter and you will have better photos.
1. If in Auto Mode - Do you have the camera in the correct auto mode? This affects what will be in focus in your photo. Do not use the mode with the mountains when you are taking pictures of your cat or you will have missed capturing that wonderful moment with your cat. You may have a blurry cat and a very sharp focus on the wall behind the cat!
2. Do you have your subject in the light? Many times if you move a few feet or turn around the light will be better on your subject. Take 30 more seconds to try to get a better angle or a better background and you will have a better photo.
3. Is your subject centered? Add visual interest by using the Rule of Thirds and putting the subject of your photograph somewhere other than the center of your photo.
Squaw Creek BirdI took this photo at Squaw Creek Wildlife Reserve. I hope you enjoy studyingand collecting the beauty of nature through my contemporary nature photographs.