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Place the light source to the side of the subject or behind them.
Including foreground elements in your landscape shots make photos more interesting.
Including a person in your landscape photo will provide more perspective.
To show off the subject of a photo, make sure the background is clear.
To include added symmetry in an architectural shot, include the building’s reflection in water.
Stand as near as possible to the base of a high building and shoot straight up.
The light from a window and a reflector can help make great indoor photos.
When shooting out of a moving car, set shutter speed to at least 1/1000 and press your lenses flat against the window
Set your camera on the tripod, pick the lowest ISO and shoot with different shutter speeds.
Ask a friend to wear bright clothes and try to catch a moment when he raises hands or looks into the sky
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