From standard snaps to great photography
June 15, 2007 3:44 AM Subscribe
How can I improve my photographs so they have a much more 'real' quality? I've taken some nice shots - not bad composure / colours etc but at best they're quite good. I'm looking to improve to amazing/wow photos...or at least as close as I can get.
posted by mjlondon to technology (37 answers total) 41 users marked this as a favorite
Currently I use a DSC-T50. I really like the camera - 7.2MP, some manual controls etc, but I feel like I can get alot more out of it if had a few pointers.
I'm going away in a couple of weeks and I'd really like to come back with some improved photos.
It's quite hard to explain what I mean by a real quality, but people like Katie Baum and Corey Arnold display some photography with real feeling to it. Especially the latter with every line accounted for and a sense of vastness to every shot. I know it's tough without a DSLR and I can't afford to buy one right now, but what can I do do - as a beginner - to make the best of what I have?
Should I be looking at some online tutorials? Should I be spending more time post shot in Photoshop?