Introduction: Fall Photo Shooting Tips!
So the other day I did a fall photo shoot and I wanted to let you guys in on all my tips for the pictures that I took,so hop on to the next page and see for yourself just how I did it! Enjoy! Also, I'm NOT a professional photographer, I just do it for fun!
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Step 1: The Photo in Itself!
So as you can see it's fall here right now, and because I love the beauty of fall I decided to go out and take some fall pics. The one above is one example of a really nice pic taken on a not so nice camera. So I'll let you in on my secrets to success. Are you ready?
Photo Credit of a tree in Ashland Oregon.
Step 2: Nature in Certain Focus
So as you can see here, I have made a rock formation out of a few stones that I collected. The secret here is to get chose to what you want the lens of the camera to focus on, and viola! There you have it. I just chose to focus on the rocks, so that it would be a more crystal clear image... but you can choose to focus on whatever you like, the rocks, the tree behind it, or the log underneath it. However you perceive it. You are the photographer, the one who gets to make all the decisions. The next picture that will be shown is an example of perceivment, and how you, (or I) see the image. In the comments section leave me a comment telling me what you think it is!
Step 3: Up Close and Personal!
As you can see here, I got very up close and personal as I like to call it with my subject. Leave a comment below if you think you know what it is! I hope that you have enjoyed my Instructable as much as I have enjoyed making it for you. Happy photo shooting!