Taking Photos

9 months 1 week ago #704740 by Jena
 Hi my name is Jena and I love taking of photos especially taking photos of my friends. When I'm in high school my dream is to be a photographer but as the time goes by it changed. But my interest in taking of photos is still here. I want to learn some angles on how to take a photo, so if my friends ask me to take a photo of them I can give them a beautiful photos with beautiful angles. I hope someone can give me a tip on how to get a good angle on taking of photos. Thankyou!


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9 months 1 week ago #704746 by Nikon Shooter
My best tip is to accept no limits.

Light is free… capturing it is not!
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7 months 4 weeks ago #708266 by Pilotshark
Guess the first thing is welcome to PhotographyTalk.

Take many shots from many angles you will find one that works. But I am new at this myself so I would take Nikon Shooters' advice.

Enjoy your time here.

So after so many years of doing this or that and life itself getting in my way, I am now at the point where just slowing down and doing things I have put off I have concluded that its time to become creative and do what I want.
Thanks for giving me a place to get started. :-)

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7 months 2 weeks ago #708943 by selena18
I have been working on three angles for a couple of more than now and it has truly raised my work and narrating. I need to remember"worm's eye view" and use that one more with my children. :) Wanted to tell you that the two puddle pictures appear to be exchanged. Hopefully not very late or too hard to even think about exchanging them up.


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