Fundamentals are essential for what your interests or deadlines are. If you can learn the basics then you have a foundation for the future. So here are some of my tips to get started.
1. Get in the habit
A casual observer on the edge of the season never really gets involved and never does anything worth it. It is the same with photography. Unless you would shoot photos regularly, you'll never really get into photography. You need to develop a routine to shoot images on a regular basis. Only then can you implement what you have learned. So schedule a day or week to shoot regularly so that you know that you have allocated study time.
Learn Your Basics
Your knowledge of the tripod, flash, camera and other pieces and pieces in your device will help you form a base to learn. To learn creativity, you need to know where to change aperture, shutter speed, and ISO. Tell you about the most important settings on your camera and present your position with the eye in the window. Once you know these circles, buttons and switches, you're ready to start shooting real photos.
3. Learn more
So many inexperienced photographers stand too far away from potential footage and leave a vast range of dead or negative spaces that do not serve purpose in the film. Use your feet to get to the immediate surroundings and fill the frame with your footage or composition. This is what memories are all about. Photos with people who fill the window. Years from today you will want to remember them and not a dot on the picture. Remember, images create visualizations.
4. Use Third Party Rule
This is a simple yet effective rule that you need to understand before you can break it. Imagine that the screen is installed with tic-tac-to or noughts and crosses the grid that most of us played as children. These lines break the screen up to the third layer horizontally and vertically. Since these lines are slides or places where you can adjust your footage. Horizons are where you set your horizons; never in the middle of a picture. Applying this rule will greatly improve your photos.
5. Change Your Views
Think About It! Most of the images you see in albums on the screen or in books are shot from the front of the screen at 5 feet or 1.5 meters from the ground. By changing this through different angles, moving your feet, climbing a tree or lying on your back will greatly improve your photos. Do not be afraid to look stupid when trying to get a very good shot. Try and find a shot that works for you. You will not be disappointed.
There are many essentials that I could give you. These are some that want to transform your photography very quickly and get you to your photo work at a faster and more advanced level. Do not always be afraid to experiment and try different things. Happy shoot!