Generalizations In Photography

Generalizations In Photography

Generalization – A shutter speed slower than 1/60 of a second is will cause blurriness from hand-holding your camera while making a picture.

Generalization – On a bright, sunny day an ISO of 100 should be used.

Generalization – The more megapixels, the better.

Applying generalizations to the specifics of what you’re photographing and, more importantly, to the unique way that you see and feel about what you are photographing will not help in creating a unique photograph.

Believing and adhering to generalizations limit your photograph and limit you as a photographer.

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