Photoshooting Technique


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yclee99

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Anyone can share with me good shooting technique (website or base on your experience)? Particularlly shooting angle, object distance, ratio of object size in the picture, etc...

p/s: assuming I'm using normal digital camera.
 

Rashkae

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The things you are referring to is normally called "Composition". There's newbies guides here on CS as well as all over the internet, and in books in the library. Try a google search for "photography basics" and start reading and learning.
 

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Anyone can share with me good shooting technique (website or base on your experience)? Particularlly shooting angle, object distance, ratio of object size in the picture, etc...

p/s: assuming I'm using normal digital camera.
go and pick up some books on COMPOSITION in the national library :)
 

yclee99

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Thanks a lot guys...

Anyway, I'm prefer online source as I never went to library... :p

prefer 'google' it...
 

zac08

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Books are better...

Seriously...
 

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Anyone can share with me good shooting technique (website or base on your experience)? Particularlly shooting angle, object distance, ratio of object size in the picture, etc...

p/s: assuming I'm using normal digital camera.
read the books, copy the shots and then make them your own. How long could it possibly take? :)
 

yclee99

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Any book that you guys highly recommended?
 

yclee99

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'Google' it already...
but i found most of it is text base...
I would prefer something like comparison (eg. if shooting at this A angle compare B angle)....

Anyway, thank again for those replying my question
 

btrenkel

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Go down to Riceball/Funan. Tons of great books.

And find what you like. Have a look at 'The photographer's eye/Michael Freeman' or 'The moment it clicks/Joe McNally'

But then it all depends. Do you want to learn about landscape? Portrait? Fashion? Wedding?
 

yclee99

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Basically I want to learn composition 1st... as I'm using normal DC only. After sort of master in composition, then I might be consider move to dslr world
 

Perry

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Your one-stop-shop for photography tips and tricks regardless of proficiency level.
http://digital-photography-school.com/

Once you've digested the facts, take some shots and compare with what you had in mind. Better yet, post it here for C&C. ;)
look like a nice place to start. thanks.
 

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