Whether you use a smartphone, point-and-shoot camera or interchangeable lens model, you can take better shots this spring by taking heed to these following ten tips, provided by Jason Thomson, curator of Frame One Photo, a blog and Facebook site designed to demystify photography for the masses.
Thomson is also the father of six – yes, six – children, which has nothing to do with this article other than he takes a LOT of photos of them.
1. Look for color
Color gives every shot some personality.
“After months of white ground over, gardens are bursting with greens, reds, purples and more,” says Thomson. “Put some color in your shot -- whether it's kids holding bouquets of flowers or birds sitting on your back fence.”
2. Get dreamy shots -- with aperture
Thomson says the best advice he ever received was "shoot how it feels,Read More »from 10 simple tips for taking better photos this spring