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3 simple tips to improve your photography

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Here are 3 tips on photography which I've learned recently.

They are simple, yet powerful, and are most suitable for a novice like me!

I hope for those of you who are also picking up photography find these tips useful.

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3 simple tips to improve your photography

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  3. All photos shown in This deck were taken using my Sony Xperici Z2.
  4. LEVEL YOUR l-IORIZON
  5. This is a simple and obvious tip, but makes an impact on the appeal of a photo.
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  8. Straighten your horizon for a more natural-looking image with a greater impact.
  9. AD. )U5T YOUR ANGLE
  10. For the most of us who take photos on the fly, we usually point, shoot, and we have a photo of our desired subject.
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  16. RULE OF Tl—llRD5
  17. Basically, the Rule of Thirds suggests that you imagine a tic-tac-toe grid (of equal sizes) over what you're photographing.
  18. Basically, the Rule of Thirds suggests that you imagine a tic-tac-toe grid (of equal sizes) over what you’re photographing. That you put your subject at one (or two) of the four spots where the lines intersect.
  19. «B . Placing your subject a bit oil-center can add some interests to your photos. .. . .. ‘vs _. ——
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  21. 'C‘I—¢. _.§ S It adds context. The viewer gets more detail, and a better sense of how the / if: gr subject relates to the surroundings. r- *7": I
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