101 ways to take better pictures.


sprewell

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Let's try something fun here. I will need the contributions of my fellow clubsnappers to make this happen.

Is it possible to think of 101 ways to take better pictures? If you think you have something to contribute, add on to this list.

1. Expose yourself to the works of the Pros and ask yourself what makes theirs better than yours.

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Is it possible to think of 101 ways to take better pictures? If you think you have something to contribute, add on to this list.

1. Expose yourself to the works of the Pros and ask yourself what makes theirs better than yours.

2.Keep shooting, experimenting and critique! ;)
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Is it possible to think of 101 ways to take better pictures? If you think you have something to contribute, add on to this list.

1. Expose yourself to the works of the Pros and ask yourself what makes theirs better than yours.

2.Keep shooting, experimenting and critique! ;)
3.think before shooting
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catchlights

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Is it possible to think of 101 ways to take better pictures? If you think you have something to contribute, add on to this list.

1. Expose yourself to the works of the Pros and ask yourself what makes theirs better than yours. - sprewell

2. Keep shooting, experimenting and critique! ;) - startrails
3. think before shooting - HYPY13
4. stick to one subject till you perfect it. - catchlights
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LBL2009

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1. Expose yourself to the works of the Pros and ask yourself what makes theirs better than yours. - sprewell
2. Keep shooting, experimenting and critique! - startrails
3. think before shooting - HYPY13
4. stick to one subject till you perfect it. - catchlights
5. learn to appreciate Arts - LBL2009
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1. Expose yourself to the works of the Pros and ask yourself what makes theirs better than yours. - sprewell
2. Keep shooting, experimenting and critique! - startrails
3. think before shooting - HYPY13
4. stick to one subject till you perfect it. - catchlights
5. learn to appreciate Arts - LBL2009
6. learn to appreciate good works of others. -pegasus7777777
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sinned79

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1. Expose yourself to the works of the Pros and ask yourself what makes theirs better than yours. - sprewell
2. Keep shooting, experimenting and critique! - startrails
3. think before shooting - HYPY13
4. stick to one subject till you perfect it. - catchlights
5. learn to appreciate Arts - LBL2009
6. learn to appreciate good works of others. -pegasus7777777
7. practise makes perfect, and explore all types of genres cos you never knows if you have a hidden talent for that genre! - sinned79
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Spidey007

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1. Expose yourself to the works of the Pros and ask yourself what makes theirs better than yours. - sprewell
2. Keep shooting, experimenting and critique! - startrails
3. think before shooting - HYPY13
4. stick to one subject till you perfect it. - catchlights
5. learn to appreciate Arts - LBL2009
6. learn to appreciate good works of others. -pegasus7777777
7. practise makes perfect, and explore all types of genres cos you never knows if you have a hidden talent for that genre! - sinned79
8. Explore, imagine, capture and Shares. - Spidey007
 

Diavonex

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#10
2. Keep shooting, experimenting and critique! - startrails
3. think before shooting - HYPY13
4. stick to one subject till you perfect it. - catchlights
5. learn to appreciate Arts - LBL2009
6. learn to appreciate good works of others. -pegasus7777777
7. practise makes perfect, and explore all types of genres cos you never knows if you have a hidden talent for that genre! - sinned79
8. Explore, imagine, capture and Shares. - Spidey007
9. Must understand the relation between Aperture, Speed and ISO Diavonex
 

Jango

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#11
1. Expose yourself to the works of the Pros and ask yourself what makes theirs better than yours. - sprewell
2. Keep shooting, experimenting and critique! - startrails
3. think before shooting - HYPY13
4. stick to one subject till you perfect it. - catchlights
5. learn to appreciate Arts - LBL2009
6. learn to appreciate good works of others. -pegasus7777777
7. practise makes perfect, and explore all types of genres cos you never knows if you have a hidden talent for that genre! - sinned79
8. Explore, imagine, capture and Shares. - Spidey007
9. Must understand the relation between Aperture, Speed and ISO Diavonex
10. RTFM! - jango1712
 

watermaze

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1. Expose yourself to the works of the Pros and ask yourself what makes theirs better than yours. - sprewell
2. Keep shooting, experimenting and critique! - startrails
3. think before shooting - HYPY13
4. stick to one subject till you perfect it. - catchlights
5. learn to appreciate Arts - LBL2009
6. learn to appreciate good works of others. -pegasus7777777
7. practise makes perfect, and explore all types of genres cos you never knows if you have a hidden talent for that genre! - sinned79
8. Explore, imagine, capture and Shares. - Spidey007
9. Must understand the relation between Aperture, Speed and ISO Diavonex
10. RTFM! - jango1712
11. Understand the limitations of your gears - watermaze
 

wildcat

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#13
1. Expose yourself to the works of the Pros and ask yourself what makes theirs better than yours. - sprewell
2. Keep shooting, experimenting and critique! - startrails
3. think before shooting - HYPY13
4. stick to one subject till you perfect it. - catchlights
5. learn to appreciate Arts - LBL2009
6. learn to appreciate good works of others. -pegasus7777777
7. practise makes perfect, and explore all types of genres cos you never knows if you have a hidden talent for that genre! - sinned79
8. Explore, imagine, capture and Shares. - Spidey007
9. Must understand the relation between Aperture, Speed and ISO Diavonex
10. RTFM! - jango1712
11. Understand the limitations of your gears - watermaze
12. CCE (carry camera everywhere) - wildcat
 

Diavonex

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#14
1. Expose yourself to the works of the Pros and ask yourself what makes theirs better than yours. - sprewell
2. Keep shooting, experimenting and critique! - startrails
3. think before shooting - HYPY13
4. stick to one subject till you perfect it. - catchlights
5. learn to appreciate Arts - LBL2009
6. learn to appreciate good works of others. -pegasus7777777
7. practise makes perfect, and explore all types of genres cos you never knows if you have a hidden talent for that genre! - sinned79
8. Explore, imagine, capture and Shares. - Spidey007
9. Must understand the relation between Aperture, Speed and ISO Diavonex
10. RTFM! - jango1712
11. Understand the limitations of your gears - watermaze
12. CCE (carry camera everywhere) - wildcat
13. Learn more about light - Diavonex
 

Diavonex

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#15
1. Expose yourself to the works of the Pros and ask yourself what makes theirs better than yours. - sprewell
2. Keep shooting, experimenting and critique! - startrails
3. think before shooting - HYPY13
4. stick to one subject till you perfect it. - catchlights
5. learn to appreciate Arts - LBL2009
6. learn to appreciate good works of others. -pegasus7777777
7. practise makes perfect, and explore all types of genres cos you never knows if you have a hidden talent for that genre! - sinned79
8. Explore, imagine, capture and Shares. - Spidey007
9. Must understand the relation between Aperture, Speed and ISO Diavonex
10. RTFM! - jango1712
11. Understand the limitations of your gears - watermaze
12. CCE (carry camera everywhere) - wildcat
13. Learn more about light - Diavonex
14. Use plain background - Diavonex
 

Diavonex

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#16
1. Expose yourself to the works of the Pros and ask yourself what makes theirs better than yours. - sprewell
2. Keep shooting, experimenting and critique! - startrails
3. think before shooting - HYPY13
4. stick to one subject till you perfect it. - catchlights
5. learn to appreciate Arts - LBL2009
6. learn to appreciate good works of others. -pegasus7777777
7. practise makes perfect, and explore all types of genres cos you never knows if you have a hidden talent for that genre! - sinned79
8. Explore, imagine, capture and Shares. - Spidey007
9. Must understand the relation between Aperture, Speed and ISO - Diavonex
10. RTFM! - jango1712
11. Understand the limitations of your gears - watermaze
12. CCE (carry camera everywhere) - wildcat
13. Learn more about light - Diavonex
14. Use plain background - Diavonex
15. Focus on the eyes - Diavonex
 

hiikaru

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#17
1. Expose yourself to the works of the Pros and ask yourself what makes theirs better than yours. - sprewell
2. Keep shooting, experimenting and critique! - startrails
3. think before shooting - HYPY13
4. stick to one subject till you perfect it. - catchlights
5. learn to appreciate Arts - LBL2009
6. learn to appreciate good works of others. -pegasus7777777
7. practise makes perfect, and explore all types of genres cos you never knows if you have a hidden talent for that genre! - sinned79
8. Explore, imagine, capture and Shares. - Spidey007
9. Must understand the relation between Aperture, Speed and ISO - Diavonex
10. RTFM! - jango1712
11. Understand the limitations of your gears - watermaze
12. CCE (carry camera everywhere) - wildcat
13. Learn more about light - Diavonex
14. Use plain background - Diavonex
15. Focus on the eyes - Diavonex
16. Sensitive to corners when viewing thru your viewfinder - hiikaru
 

mayhemics

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1. Expose yourself to the works of the Pros and ask yourself what makes theirs better than yours. - sprewell
2. Keep shooting, experimenting and critique! - startrails
3. think before shooting - HYPY13
4. stick to one subject till you perfect it. - catchlights
5. learn to appreciate Arts - LBL2009
6. learn to appreciate good works of others. -pegasus7777777
7. practise makes perfect, and explore all types of genres cos you never knows if you have a hidden talent for that genre! - sinned79
8. Explore, imagine, capture and Shares. - Spidey007
9. Must understand the relation between Aperture, Speed and ISO - Diavonex
10. RTFM! - jango1712
11. Understand the limitations of your gears - watermaze
12. CCE (carry camera everywhere) - wildcat
13. Learn more about light - Diavonex
14. Use plain background - Diavonex
15. Focus on the eyes - Diavonex
16. Sensitive to corners when viewing thru your viewfinder - hiikaru
17. Keep moving around to see if you can get a better angle/framing - mayhemics
 

Alphan77

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1. Expose yourself to the works of the Pros and ask yourself what makes theirs better than yours. - sprewell
2. Keep shooting, experimenting and critique! - startrails
3. think before shooting - HYPY13
4. stick to one subject till you perfect it. - catchlights
5. learn to appreciate Arts - LBL2009
6. learn to appreciate good works of others. -pegasus7777777
7. practise makes perfect, and explore all types of genres cos you never knows if you have a hidden talent for that genre! - sinned79
8. Explore, imagine, capture and Shares. - Spidey007
9. Must understand the relation between Aperture, Speed and ISO - Diavonex
10. RTFM! - jango1712
11. Understand the limitations of your gears - watermaze
12. CCE (carry camera everywhere) - wildcat
13. Learn more about light - Diavonex
14. Use plain background - Diavonex
15. Focus on the eyes - Diavonex
16. Sensitive to corners when viewing thru your viewfinder - hiikaru
17. Keep moving around to see if you can get a better angle/framing - mayhemics
18. A good camera does not mean better pictures, it is the user - Alphan77
 

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