They kick things off with a question: What’s the difference between a great photo and a great photographer?
And the answer they give is consistency. We’ve all fluked a great shot. You’re not totally sure how you managed it, but everything just magically fell into place and you snagged an image that makes you feel like you’re a total all-star.
To give an example of that, let me share my award winning photo of a three headed giraffe. I had only just started taking up photography as a hobby, I was using a new camera which I had permanently set on auto, and I was fortunate enough to turn around at the right time and was lucky enough to get this shot:
So what’s the secret?
It all boils down to a short list of fundamentals. These are the things that great photographers know inside and out, so that when the time comes, they can call this information into action to help them produce those winning images.
If you follow these 7 points you will be well on your way to becoming a better photographer. Just click on the banner to be taken to the article, and change the way you take your photographs!