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Step 1: Get Into Unusual Positions
Try to get yourself it positions that you may find awkward. This can help when taking photos because you are able to get a new angle on life in a sense. I say this because of you find angles that you think are cool, you can get onto a whole other level of photography.
Step 2: Anti Glare Backdrop
Try to use an anti glare backdrop in your photos. This can make it so you can take a picture of the sun behind the mountains with the sun still in the sky. Because of doing this, you are able to take numerous different photos.
Step 3: Take Different Photo Angles
Try to take different pictures of the same thing. What I mean by this is try to take photos with different angles of something you want to take a picture of. I do this a fair amount considering I live close to the mountains. I will take a picture of the mountains behind a lake for example from maybe four or five places I think have great photo opportunities, and by doing this, I ensure that I take many great photos of the same thing, and then I just delete the bad photos.
Step 4: Download Them Onto the Computer
This may seem fairly obvious, but when you are done taking photos, upload them onto the computer. This will conserve space on your camera as well as allow you to take care of things going wrong during you photography session.
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