10 Beginner Photography Mistakes + How To Fix

by admin December 19, 2017 at 1:12 am

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  1. I've been watching Sawyer for many years now and have always been fascinated by his taste and talent. This was so extremely helpful!! Thank you so much and hopefully one day I can be half as good of a photographer as you are

  2. Totally agree with #10. I bought a few preset packs just to understand what the hell people do in light room and I instantly learned more in 3 hrs of messing with the presets than I did in the month prior to that trying to do things on my own.

  3. A trick I use for white balance when dealing with people is zooming in to their eyes and using that white to set my white balance. I can then usually tweak it from their slightly if needed. It’s a trick I figured out a long time ago and has worked wonders.

  4. I shoot a lot in Shutter Priority because I mostly capture birds and wildlife that are in motion or won't stay still long. If I know that they are going to sit for a minute or the background is something I really want to keep, I flip to Aperture Priority. You can do a lot of fun things with these settings without worrying about all the other settings you would need to change in manual. Thanks Sawyer for some cool tips.

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