What you should think throughout this piece is "how did they become a photographer professional?"
Now, you're going to find out.
Ever heard of Zach King? - world-wide famous movie editor? Hey he started with photography but then moved onto movie editing.
Every photographer made their way to fame..
Soon you're going to be one of them by just learning simple things
And hey I don't blame you if you don't think photographers don't edit their pictures, but they do.
Step 1: Angle Is Important Too
If you don't pay attention to angles, I'll give you some examples: obtuse, right, acute, etc.
That's just the beginning...
Now let's actually talk about angles. Okay so, I sorta make up my own angles in photography, but every angel is the same. You have a choice of which angle you can use in photography, you can either take a picture on the north, northeast, east, eastsouth, south, southwest, and west. I prefer from the south up. Try to move your camera around right now, to see which angle you like, but don't snap a picture just yet, there's more...
Step 2: Just Add a Little Bit of Focus With That
Take my advice, trust me. Unless you can stay perfectly still then you don't need a tripod. If there's movement when taking a picture, it will surely become blurry.
Step 3: Who Said Where You're Standing Isn't Important
We're going to get to that next.
Step 4: Introducing Editing + Editing Sheriff
Hi, I may not have an accent like editing sheriff, but I'm the editor, but call me Ed. Okay so editing is basically beautifying it... If you want more info on editing go to my other instructable: Instagram photography editor, follow me for up to date posts. But I may not have introduced editing in the best way so I'm going to do it in a fancy way, say hi to "Ze Bri-ton Sam"
Hi I'm Ze bri-ton Sam, some dudette paid me money to be here. She said to introduce you about editing in a Ze fãncy way. So, edítîng is where you find mistakes in your pictūre and change it with a spēcific tōōl on the app...
Step 5: Tips
By looking them up.. Some I looked up and some I didn't.
Truth be told: use full stops for ISO,
Shoot with three in mind ( magic number for photography )
Keep filters close
Remove protective filters when shooting at night
Block the viewfinder
Step 6: Tricks
What is that one trick you really wonder?
Lightning (lights setting)