Getting Better Photographs at Home

Taking pictures is easy, right? All you have to do is point and shoot. Today, cameras do it all for you. They are completely automatic. You don’t have to learn about shutter speed, ISO, focal length or white balance; your camera can make all those choices for you. However, even if you never take your camera off the fully auto settings, there are still a lot of things you can do to make your photos better.

These photos were taken with my iphone 5. These were quick snaps without any set up or plan. Even so, I was able to get some good shots. I will be talking about some of the reasons why and how you too can learn to quickly grab those fleeting moments!

You have to be quick with a 4 year old if you want to catch the moment!

This was taken quickly while on my way to work,
but it still turned out to be a pretty good sunrise photo! 

I’m going to take you through some easy tutorials that are designed to help you get the most out of your point and shoot camera or even your camera phone! Be sure to follow the blog and check me out on Facebook and Instagram to keep up with all the great Tips for Your Snaps!

What would you like to know how to do? Ask questions or leave comments and maybe a future post will be dedicated to your question!

If you are near the south-central Missouri area and are looking for a professional photographer, please contact me at Gifts of Nature Photography.

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