3 common mistakes to avoid as beginners in photography | 2 Day Photography Course Workshop Singapore

3 common mistakes to avoid as beginners in photography | 2 Day Photography Course Workshop Singapore

 We all make mistakes either as beginners or experienced photographer. Here are  3 common mistakes to avoid as beginners in photography | 2 Day Photography Course Workshop Singapore

1. Lack of vision and purpose in capturing the image.

A vision is deciding what you want the final picture to look like. With the vision, you decide what actions to take . You decide when to shoot, where to stand and how to shoot.

Many beginners in photography just want to snap a picture without knowing and thinking of the final outcome of the image. For example, which picture do you want to capture above on the waterfall, left or right ?

The next time you shoot, think about what you want to achieve. The 2 day Basic photography course class workshop in Singapore shows you how to take your time to visualize and set your camera in order to achieve your vision.

3 common mistakes to avoid as beginners in photography | 2 Day Photography Course Workshop Singapore

2. Over reliance on the AUTOMATIC mode.

 The automatic mode seems like a great choice as it picks the

a) Shutter speed, 
b) Aperture and 
c) ISO for you.

However, the Automatic mode lacks the creativity. It doesn’t know your vision and what you want. It gives you the same thing every time (unfortunately you cannot change it). When the automatic mode works, you will be very happy. When it doesn’t, you will be stuck with the choice. Therefore it is important to learn other shooting modes besides the Automatic mode.  In the 2 day basic photography course workshop in Singapore we will show you how to use other shooting modes to get better images and to be creative.

3. Lack of subject or point of interest,

A common mistake that many beginners make is trying to include everything in the picture instead of trying to capture what stands out that will grab the viewers’ attention. Learn to make the composition simple and clean so that the image could become more powerful and effective by eliminating unnecessary information from the frame.

Do not be afraid to make mistake (you cannot avoid mistakes but only to learn from it). Learn to master your camera and take control of your destiny. Hear what others have said about the 2 Day Photography Workshop in Singapore by John Nat Arifin

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