Getting the whole shot in to the camera is half the fun, but a shot densely packed with objects just isn’t fun or interesting to some people. Concentrate on a certain element or tableaus within the shot. Crop to make this the entire subject of the shot. Sharpen and edge in a contrasting color, fuzzing the background or bringing up the color as needed.
I have had some misgivings about the material published at Consumer Reports but never have I had such a knee jerk reaction as in reading the following article-see my notations to follow my line of thought. If this is the advice people are getting, no wonder where are thousands of camera models on the market.
Four steps to choosing a digital camera
ã€€Your first modeling assignment as a photographers demands planning, dispelling tension, attention to details, and a combination of a light touch and driving commitment that will wrangle every last marketable image from the image file yield.
Even the biggest memory cards get sodden with huge image files you many not have got to editing yet. Using pauses in the feline model shoot, review the “take” and get rid of shots irrelevant due to lack of composition, blur, artifacts, or subjects cut off or outside the frame. These can’t be fixed in editing. If the can be, they will require a lot of time and you might regret it later in the day when you get clipped of a great photo opportunity by a satured memory card. Free up the memory card, since reviewing old images eats time.
Getting peer feedback and review for your work is essential. But if so far the only person listening to your tunnel of silence regarding your Microstock progress, itâ€™s time to find some support at the peer level. Join a forum and have some other members check out your online gallery for some community career growth and advice.