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Shooting Museum Quality Images

You don't need lots of training and an expensive cameras to take great shots. Just spend time finding subjects that ignite your passions


How to:
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• Study the subject. Spend some time studying the angles, curves, and lighting of the object. We recommend that photographers take time composing such shots, consider the location, and take multiple pictures at different exposures and from a variety of vantage points. Do you want people in the shot to suggest scale? Or do you want to focus more on the abstract design of a building?

• Seek contrasting elements. Putting both light and dark areas in your shot, for example, can be visually stimulating.

• Create a sense of depth by establishing clear fore- and backgrounds. This will lend the picture the appearance of three dimensions.

• Pay attention to lighting. With still photography, lighting can be crucial. Light is obviously also important for exposure.  Use you handheld light meter.

• Know your gear's limitations. You must understand what your equipment can and can't do. Choose your lens wisely; it will determine sharpness and depth.

• Study your pictures.  Before editing the image, careful cropping of your image may result in a much stronger picture.

• Shoot what you love. If this photo demonstrates anything, it's that finding something fascinating is vital. A subject that you love will compel you to shoot as much as time permits. Allowing your passion to play out, resulting in a more impactful image.*
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Few types of photography are more specialized than shooting architecture. The pros use complex, large-format cameras with distortion-free and perspective-controlling lenses that cost thousands of dollars, and their careers usually start with years of apprenticeship to other pros.

Use the following tried and true
photographic sense.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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