How To Do Digital Photography
The How to do Digital Photography is not that difficult or?
Learning how to do digital photography is not very different to learning how to take photographs using film. The difference of course is that you use a completely different technology and don't have to bother with film at all. But the important principles remain the same. When you learn how to do digital photography you need to know how shutter speed, exposure and light sensitivity work. When you learn how to do digital photography, you also need to know all the other aspects involved in taking great photographs, including composition and focus.
If you are an amateur photographer, the first step will be to learn how to use your camera correctly. That really is an incredibly important step. Even professional photographers, changing from one camera to another, have to be sure they grasp any differences in terms of the way the new camera works. There are some quite substantial, if sometimes subtle, differences that can make a huge difference to the way a picture turns out. So don't be tempted to ignore the manual!
Some people have a natural eye for a good photograph, while others have to learn what it takes to take a good picture. The key here is composition: the way that you place certain elements within the frame. There are various rules that you can follow, one of which is to be sure to fill the frame with what you want to take. That doesn't mean you need to take the shot close-up, but it does mean you shouldn't include extraneous scenery or things you don't want in the picture. For example, if you are taking a wedding photograph of the bride and groom, focus away from anything that will draw the eye away from them, like motor cars in the background. If you are taking a picture of a pretty garden, check for hosepipes and dog poop before you click the shutter. If you are shooting a group of people, look through the viewfinder or at the colour screen to see what the composition is like. Don't let them decide where to stand. It's you who can see what the picture will be like. Make them move until you are happy and don't give up until they all have their eyes open and look reasonably happy.
When it comes to pressing the button to get the shot, you need to focus. Even if you are using auto focus, you need to use the control correctly. The secret is not to rush the shutter button. Digital cameras have dual pressure shutter buttons that allow you to push it halfway to activate the focus. It's a wonderful aid. When you get the focus confirmation (usually a green light of some sort) complete the task. If you do it one click you are more likely to fuzz the shot.
There is no doubt that there is an enormous amount to learn, and you can do this by reading, listening and by experimenting how to do digital photography.