- Feel from heart to start clicking. Feel free to click anything and everything and then sit and see what you can click better.
- Have passion for clicking pictures.
- Start with a basic camera and don’t rush for very expensive equipment. Give time to yourself to get a hang of photography.
- Be keen to learn and enjoy learning.
- Keep exploring and experimenting with your camera. Keep user manual with you always in case of emergency. Change settings and see the result and compare.
- Be open to learning and upgrading yourself either from professional sources or general sources.
- Make someone your mentor and try and follow him or her with their work, writings, blogs, samples, etc. Browse internet for learning also.
- Make a stock of your photographs and keep on clicking on regular basis.try different topics for clicking.
- Try and use tripod for camera as it helps in stabilizing the camera and better pictures.
- Make a book as a reference and note down the important points and difficulties and solutions.
- Carry your camera with you wherever you go so you don’t miss an opportunity to click pictures.
- Try and discuss things related to photography with professionals and general people also.
- Show your clicked pictures to an advanced photographer to get an opinion which helps in improving the existing results.
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