Andy Hayes Oregon's Beginner Guide to Photography

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Andy Hayes Oregons Beginner Guide to Photography The web has become an information hub to extract knowledge and awareness about any given subject in no time. An amateur DSLR user for example can plug into the internet to learn all about photography. Web Developer and Photographer Andy Hayes from Oregon, is of the opinion that photography is about catching everyday moments in their natural state and celebrating them through the clicked images. Below are listed the 5 things that Andy Hayes believes in as a professional photographer, and urges all his followers to acknowledge them before hitting the ground with that brand new camera: Learn with Passion Passion is the driving force behind any art-form. Taking pictures of fleeting moments while making them mean much more than what they seem in reality is a task that requires dedication. Being passionate is a boon for an aspiring photographer. It will make to give your best to the art-form. According to Andy Hayes, watching movies and reading biographies about eminent photographers can be helpful to gain and improve your current knowledge about the subject matter of photography in general. Take Your Time to Understand the Art of Photography Anybody can click pictures without properly understanding the idea behind it. However, for the love of photography, a beginner needs to invest a considerable amount of time learning the basics of a camera. Adjusting settings for each of the photos can seem tedious at first, but only until you have made yourself familiar with what they mean individually. Andy Hayes believes that photography is both an art and a discipline, and an aspirant hoping to make it big in the field is expected to respect all the aspects surrounding it, even though the learning process may seem a little slow. Explore a Particular Form of Photography and Spend Your Initial Time Mastering It There is more than one way to take a shot. Landscape and Portrait for example may be capable of producing two different perspectives on the same subject. The context of the picture varies from shot to shot. Its ultimately left to you how you want to present a picture to best suit the context. Once youve figured out a way to achieve permanence in end result, you can proceed further to explore other options while keeping your first attempt for reference. Editing Doesnt Mean Unprofessional Theres a growing aversion to edited pictures that have come to define bad photography. However, it would be completely unnatural not to make use of technology and uphold archaic belief systems regarding photography. There are a number of editing tools available on the web that can be downloaded. Once youve mastered the art of photography, the last step is to make your pictures stand out using the right effects in the right places. It will enable your picture to attain a certain tone or a theme. In the end, a picture needs to tell a story. Andy Hayes Oregons state treasury photo-shoot was a professional assignment and the talented photographer nailed it by adding some breath-taking effects in his photos. He believes in editing as a practice and its very much a part of good photography unlike the general belief that counters that essential trait in a professional photographer.