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Five (5) Things To Practice With Whatever Camera We’re Using Right Now That Could Improve Our Photography.

Five (5) Things To Practice With Whatever Camera We’re Using Right Now That Could Improve Our Photography.

  1. Seeing And Thinking.
  2. Framing And Content.
  3. Tonality.
  4. Focusing.
  5. Critiquing.

Five things. OK, there’s really seven but some are closely related so I combined ’em for efficiency. We could practice ’em separately by paying attention to a specific thing during the creation of a separate photograph that relates to the specific thing that we’re doing, or we could practice ’em together by paying attention to each specific thing during the creation of one photograph. I would consider each of these things to be a separate “function” of our “process of composition” as photographers.

We (photographers) all do these things, regardless of our camera. Eventually, I think that our practice should include all of them when creating a single photograph, but as stated previously they could also be practiced separately to strengthen our practice and application of a specific function of our process of composition.

If you’d like some guidance with your practice of these things: See  The  Online Course. —> https://being-a-photographer.teachable.com/p/the-very-basics-of-photography    

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