8 tips on moving your business photos from ‘average’ to ‘A-plus’
SEE ALSO :Crocheting myself to a ‘knit’ fortuneRegardless of the cutting-edge camera innovation in your pocket or purse in the form of a smartphone, age-old wisdom still holds when it comes to how you treat it. This means, always keep the lens clean and clear of any dirt or rough surfaces that might scratch or otherwise damage the lens. 2. Activate the 3x3 grid This is usually found under the settings tab of your phone camera app. This will act as a guide when you’re arranging and framing the elements you’re capturing. 3. Use both hands This is another old-school tip, but it will give you the most stable of shots at a moment’s notice.
SEE ALSO :How to set up an online shop for free4. Pay attention to composition If yours is more of portrait photography, always try to fill the frame of your camera with the faces you’re shooting. In other words, take closer shots of faces. This makes the focus of the photo the face, providing more interesting composition. And as humans, studies show we really like seeing faces. 5. Rule of thirds Imagine, with the grid’s help, that your scene is divided into three equal slices. Try and have your subject in between the first slice and the second, and then use the spaces you leave on the sides to capture the scene your subject is in. 6. Use a frame within a frame
SEE ALSO :Starting an interior design business9. Rule of odds If you’re shooting several objects and you have control over their numbers, try and choose an odd number of subjects. This usually makes for a more interesting composition.