The key to capturing excellent photographs is always a combination of many factors, some of them being purely technical.
The right choice of gear is something that every photographer has to think about and this can be a confusing task especially for amateurs. After learning the basics of photography, it’s important to stay informed about additional gear that can improve your photos and allow you to grow as a visual artist.
Even though it’s hard to limit the selection of gear that can help amateurs hone their skills, the following three tips can be extremely helpful for any newbie photographer.
1. Use A Tripod
The role of a tripod is actually not that simple and predictable. While we all know that a tripod holds your camera steady and helps you get a sharper image, it also slows you down and forces you to take the time to compose your images.
This means that you have to adjust the tripod in order to frame your subject properly and just by doing this, you start to really think about your images, which can improve your compositions dramatically. Many amateur photographers don’t think about framing carefully and once they start using tripod their skills start to improve exponentially.