Coming home from a photo shoot means being overloaded by thousands of digital files.
But is each one of them worth it?
How could we modify the number of pictures we take? Imagine – in the past, you could use one film consisting of 27 frames to create all of your holiday memories.
Now, on a single photoshoot, you could take the same amount of pictures within seconds.
The digital era is great, and we all cherish what our cameras can do! But perhaps, we could learn a thing or two from the past.
One thing was for sure: back in the day, photographers asked a lot more questions before squeezing the shutter button. They had to because there was little recourse after the frame was exposed.
In this free guide, Ludmila Borosova discusses how to become a better photographer with your camera by asking yourself ten questions before taking a photo.
She discusses the following:
- The ten questions to ask
- Why it’s beneficial to think through these questions before taking the picture
- When it can become a disadvantage to overthink
Grab your copy now for an instant improvement in your technique.
Photo Credit: Ludmila Borosova