5 secrets every photographer should know
5 TIPS EVERY PHOTOGRAPHER SHOULD KNOW
This is the best way to discover latest things in photography by yourself if you love it. New tips and tricks can make this profession fantastic; some best tips for photographers are given below:
Tip #: 1
The Focal Ratio between Your Lens and Eye
It is important to know the role of lenses in photography. As a full and cropped frame expert, it is exposed to the author that how to use these sensor formats for a fluent and good work.
If you have 24-70 mm lens size in a full sensor camera, then set the lens for maximum zoom (70 mm). Your both eyes should be completely opened, keep your one eye at view finder and other into the distance forwardly. Through this way, you can find a reference point beyond 70 mm and anything about it wider.
Cropped: The crop size should be 1.6 and zero point should be around 55 mm. It is same as 55mm * 1.6 =. 70mm. Person’s pictures can be seen through the camera.
Tips #: 2
Customized White Balance
A customized white balance should be your first priority. For a tricky mixture of lights, look around. Look around the white balance before shoot.
Different lights can affect your scenes, so always use the customized white balance as a best tips and trick. The usual way to look at white wall, it may not be helpful for you if it is colorful. In this type of cases, a piece of white paper can be used. As an expert, the author first focus then zooms into the paper while the focus is locked. After cropping out all the edges, the capturing of tint and color temperature is completed. After completing this process, go to setting, press the custom white balance, now select the image and press ok.
Screenshot of the Menu: Go to white balance setting and select custom white balance. This will make your image spot on, if it didn't move anywhere else and try to repeat the process. Always keep the histogram open to see if the RBG waves are matching.
The weird part how is this setup the camera they gave you the option to control blues and oranges. But not the same streamed lined ability to control the tint, which is the green and the magenta. And that's how do you achieve pure white.
The author wouldn't get too crazy setting up the colors for Photography. You can stream line in camera as a raw. Video would be a much more appropriate times to nail down the desired white balance. Since the frames you're working with aren't as rich in but details. And the slightest adjustment ruins the image quality. It was noticed that correcting the color in video is slightly trickier and requires more color correction experience.
It is the author’s desire to touch it during editing the pictures, anytime of the day.
It may be strange. But working at night around artificial lighting confuses your gamut and you start making the images inaccurate. Notice the difference when you edit at night and look at images the next day. You'll see difference as the color you thought and you exported.
Locking focus button, The second best button after the shutter button. It'll allow you to press it and while the subject moves it wont refocus and loose time.
I turned off the focus option, and left only with the lock. I often focus with half shutter pressed and I wont need a refocus with a different button. This would be the best thing that happend when shooting lifestyle photography
Check Your Work on Multiple Devices
It is noticed that if you just look at the screen you just finished color correction. You don't get a reference point, and your mind tells you that the white you usually see on the screen is actually white. But, mostly the screens aren't calibrated. Act upon the suggestions.
There is no need of fancy devices just common sense is required.
It is suggested before the final touch that to export one image and post it on Facebook for trail.
Take your iPad, iPhone or second screen and have a look at avoid hooligan light. Because, it distorts your perception of what's really white. Day light seems to work best.