Digital photography tips – Creative use of a digital camera

Digital photography tips – creative use of a digital camera

This website is dedicated to the best digital photography tips that have all been tried and tested “in the field”.

On these pages you’ll find a wealth of tips that will almost certainly improve your digital photography somehow.

On this page, tips to help you use a digital camera creatively.

Photography tips – getting creative

Tip 1:
A good crop can work wonders for your photos. Aim to do this in-camera if you can (a useful digital photography tip as it saves as many of those precious pixels as possible!). If you didn't do it before you pressed the shutter button, have a go afterwards using software. Read more on how to make a good crop . . .

Tip 2:
A good photography tip to add some creativity – change your shooting angle. The difference can turn a simple snap into a really creative picture! Read more . . .

Tip 3:
This digital photography tip is one of the oldest composition tips in photography - make use of the Rule of Thirds! The Rule of Thirds is a way of describing focal points in your photo. The easiest way to describe it is to show you an example. Read more on the Rule of Thirds

Tip 4:
Get in close. Really close! try 'macro' photography. To make use of this digital photography tip have a look on your camera for a 'macro' mode. Switch it on, and then get really close to your subject - most cameras will focus from about 10cm in macro mode.

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Sidebar . . .
One of the best things about digital photography is sharing the photos you take. However, because we end up taking so many of them, it’s easy to lose track of them all.

I recommend you give Google’s Picasa a try. It will not only organise your photos, but will perform minor edits too.

It’s all some photographers need, and best of all, it’s absolutely free!

Picasa comes as part of the Google Pack. If you don’t want the rest of the pack just de-select them when you get to the download screen.
Click here, and you too can