Received a daily digest about Photography Tips and Techniques, the title of one article caught my attention,
10 Ways to Improve Your Photography in 30 days
here is the first tips
the rest of the tips, noting about "what Camera should I have", "what Lens should I have", "what Gears should I have", just simple fully utilise whatever already in your hands.1. Regardless of what type of camera you are using you will need to know how it works and how to use it in order to get the best results. It doesn’t matter if you’re using a DSLR, a point and shoot, or a smartphone camera, having a better understanding of how it works and what you can do will open up new possibilities and allow you to use it more effectively.
The best place to start is, of course, the camera’s manual.
just look at the new threads post here everyday, most of them are either asking basic questions that can be found in camera manual easily, or just a few keystroke in Google Search, and also endless gear talks.
how much time you guys spend using your camera to create photographs?
and please, taking photos of objects or people to test the sharpness/color/resolution power is NOT photography.
if their photography is so shallow, not putting any efforts into it, no wonder their hobby don't last long,
I hope to see more photographers just go out and shoot, explore and learn,
come back to post more photos here to share and encourage each.
Full article here