Have you wondered how some people seem to always take great photos? We hear that all the time at KeikoGuestPhotography.com! Let us give you a couple of pointers for those of you who’d like to improve your photos. Some of these may seem obvious, but you never know!
If you are photographing someone, make sure that there isn’t anything in the background that looks like it’s protruding from their body (like a tree coming out of the top of their head, for example).
Also, lighting can play a big part in whether or not your photo looks good. When the sun is lower, you’ll get more a “glow” than when it’s harsh or high in the sky.
Experiment with placing the primary subject of your photo towards one or the other side of the shot – you can see more of what they are interacting with if you vary the placement.
We’ll have more information for you in coming posts! Thank you for stopping by! In the meantime, you can pick up some GREAT tips from this nice video that offers up some advice from the pros!