Alexander Acosta Osorio

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Photography tips for dreamers

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Most of us know how to use a digital camera, or play with one at least.  Today we don’t have to know anything about photography to take photographs: just point and shoot, and you will have quality images (that if you follow the instructions: cameras don’t work magic, yet.)

If you want to take unique images, that’s another story. For now let’s focus on the basics.

There’s nothing wrong with taking advantage of technology. Photography doesn’t have to be a painful thing. I agree. However, the more knowledge you have about how to take good pictures, the better you will be at it.

How to get started? You can try several websites.  Explore.There are as many websites about photography as there are photographers out there- it’s a common, and let’s face it, fun pass time. In the next blog posts I will recommend you, and talk about, some useful sites designed for people like you, interested in getting better images I presume.

 I know, you can start your search in Google. Go ahead.I know it’s just as easy as using your point and shoot. But! if you want to learn to shoot like the best, you better learn from the best.

Don’t forget that.

If you want to look at some amazing images and learn at the same time, you should start with National Geographic magazine online, here:

http://photography.nationalgeographic.com/photography/photo-tips/

They have a complete list of tips and videos for you to go wild. Give it a try.

Later, we can talk some more…

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Written by Alexander Acosta Osorio

February 8, 2011 at 1:08 pm

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