For beginners in the photography universe there are always pertinent questions to be and thought out and clarified before you start shooting. The Uimages team has put together some of the most common questions about photography to guide you and suggest various possibilities. Shooting may seem very complex at first, but remember: you always have to study and practice to achieve your goals – and with photography it’s no different. So be sure to follow this article before entering this universe.
How do I know if Photography is for me?
First, you need to analyze your taste and priorities. You need to seek to get to know each other to make choices in any area of your life. And with photography is no different, because it is necessary to identify what are your interests. Ask yourself: what draws my attention in the photograph?! Where does this desire to photograph come from?! I see myself performing this profession with pleasure?! What do I want to achieve through photography?! These and other questions will help you reflect on your longings.
What do i need to do to get started?
You can start studying photography, either in courses or through your own research, according to your conditions. The internet provides us with a lot of knowledge, so use this tool to your advantage. Research the universe of photography, learn the theories, search for references from photographers and various photographic techniques. From there, you’ll realize how much easier it will be to get your bearings to start practicing the art of shooting. When you can, invest in a camera according to your conditions and budget.
What is the best Camera and how should I choose?
Initially, it must be said that there is no specific model of such a brand for you to acquire based on your amateurism. The photographic universe has several equipment, and everything will depend on your taste and your budget. You can identify with a particular brand or with a particular camera model. Gradually, you will find out which equipment best meets the requirements you seek to achieve. Research the various styles and photographic methods that exist, and that fit your taste, to realize your choice in acquiring this acquisition.
Where should I start Shooting?
This choice will depend a lot on what you want to register and what techniques you like to use. You can shoot events, people, nature, sports, wildlife, among other suggestions. Whatever your choice, seek to know your own condition and undertake to perform your function, clarify your doubts about photography. Are you happy with the result?! Great! Go ahead with the activities. Are you unhappy?! It’s time to open up to new possibilities.
What is the best time to Shoot?
Everything will depend on the goal you seek to achieve as a result of your photographs. There is no specific rule, just a general orientation (a consensus): shoot at times when UV rays are weaker – before 10 a.m. and after 4 p.m., for example. If you don’t follow this criterion, know that all is not lost! That’s what lighting equipment is for, so try to know the different types and learn how to use them in a way that meets your needs.
What should I do to make the image not come out blurry?
When shooting, you need to be aware of your camera setting, especially shutter speed. If your intention is to shoot a static object, it may be that a slow click and a tripod provide a good result. However, in the case of a moving subject, the click needs to be fast to capture the object with “frozen” effect so as not to blur the image.
What’s tripod for?
The vibration of the camera causes the image to come out blurred, so there needs to be a balance in relation to image stabilization. You can use a tripod to provide stability when shooting, avoiding unintentional blur of photos. The tripod is effective when it balances, as it prevents camera movement while capturing images.
From there, then, try to reflect on the points mentioned above to answer your questions about photography and to become an excellent professional in the photographic field. Always try to improve your techniques and risk new challenges to grow your own. Shooting is an art that requires a lot of love and dedication, so take every opportunity you have to learn a little, seeking to learn from your own mistakes and directing your gaze to new references and possibilities that photography allows.