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5 Photography Myths

5 photography myths

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#1 Salwa

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Posted 31 October 2013 - 01:10 AM

1. “ The light outside is bad today, I can’t take any pictures outside”
There is no bad light. As long as light is available, don’t limit your photo shots to only the golden. Sometimes it is possible to take amazing shots in an adverse weather conditions
2. “It’s important to keep a number of lenses with me at all times in case I need them”
Depending on what exactly you want to shoot, but if you want to take general pictures and have nothing specific in mind, one fixed focal length lens like 50mm should be ok for a one day thing. Also changing lenses may cause you to miss the shots.
3.“shooting about 1000 y frames in one day or location will give me a better chance of getting more great shots”
It might seems like a good idea but it still doesn’t guarantee you more great shots. Limitation has special powers. If you shoot with intent you can make all or most of your frame shots great
4. “I can’t take any shots if I don’t have my tripod.”
Even though the tripod is a great tool, it can also be a crutch. You can stabilize the camera using a wall or a rock or any other objects.
5. “I can take better pictures if my camera was better.”
It is true that better cameras used skillfully, will make better images than but the problem is when you upgrade before you use your current camera to its full potential. It is important to invest in educating yourself and, attending photo workshops etc..remember there are some amazing images that were took with iPhones

#2 marianajs

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Posted 15 December 2013 - 09:40 PM

I'm agree with all the points but my favorite one is the 5

#3 OmegaArt

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Posted 21 January 2014 - 08:20 AM

HI- Have you ever tried to take shots by camera obscura ?

#4 Anastasiia

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Posted 31 July 2014 - 08:17 PM

+1)) I'm totaly agree!

#5 christinaroberts

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Posted 03 October 2014 - 06:26 AM

Great! Thanks a lot for sharing.

#6 raysosher

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Posted 22 June 2020 - 06:15 PM

Actually what you have written is totally true. I know all you wanted is to point out that there is no excuses to photography. We can take photos whenever we want. Every weather has a story and every every can be captured, it just requires the right photographer. The main thing is if you like what you see you can capture it. It is like pausing time forever. That is what I like the most about photography.







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