Friday, 12 July 2013

Are you ready to stop making the same mistakes with your camera?

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 Hi Photographer

Most of us are willing to make mistakes with our photography. Trial and error, after all, is a time-tested method for learning. It's the little mistakes, however... the simple errors that spoil a shot time after time, which really start to test our patience!

This week we offer a wide selection of simple tips and advice for overcoming these common camera errors. You'll find essential advice for improving your landscapes, composing better portraits, street candids and even rescuing a shot from poor light!

Don't forget, there's still time to enter our wonderful new photo competition! We've partnered with international sight-saving charity ORBIS to offer Digital Camera World readers the opportunity to go on assignment with the charity and document its important work at its missions in Nepal. 

Landscape photography is one of the most popular subjects and there are superb images everywhere to inspire us. But there are a few pitfalls that can trouble even experienced photographers. We list the most common landscape photography mistakes every photographer is guilty of, and offer our best advice to help you avoid them.

Want to know how to apply the rules of photo composition to real-life subjects? Some are more relevant than others when photographing people. In this tutorial we start by looking at how to compose a portrait in both formal and informal styles, then explain how a little visual savvy can make a big difference to your end results.

How to photograph anything: best camera settings for street photography

Our Shoot Like A Pro series on how to photograph any subject you want concludes with a close look at the best camera settings for street photography. Getting sharp photos takes time to master, but here we show you how to set up your camera to shoot candid street photos, urban movement and even the city at night.

Let’s face it: not all of us who like to shoot landscape photography have the opportunity to visit our favourite photo locations over and over again to capture the perfect conditions. If you fall into this category, don’t let your images suffer! We show you how to use a few simple Photoshop effects that mimic the effect of sunlight caught on rocks.

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