There are several tips and tricks that you can incorporate during the shoot to help you achieve an eye-catching image. One of the most useful tips is using the rule of thirds. When using the rule of thirds, the eye usually wanders around the frame, which makes it the photo more pleasing to the eye. Here we have more tips and tricks you can use to improve your photography skills

Basic settings 

To capture the best picture, you need to learn how to set basic settings such as the aperture and shutter speed. Adjusting each setting can make a difference to your final image. 

Avoid camera blurs  

To prevent a blur from your image, you’ll need to learn how to hold your camera the correct way. Setting the right shutter speed will also prevent any blurs. Another trick is using a tripod or monopod whenever possible.

Minimal background 

Using a minimal background stops the viewer from becoming distracted. It lets the viewer’s eyes to be drawn to the focal point. These are perfect for photoshoots and outdoor settings.

Polarised lens 

Invest in a polarising lens. The recommended type of polarizer is circular. The polarizing filter helps reduce reflections, improves colour and will help your photo stand out.

Landscape settings 

Landscape settings give a sense of depth which allows the viewers to feel as if though they are right there on the image. Landscape settings are most ideal for taking landscape sceneries. You can also use a wide-angle lens for a panoramic view.

Flash 

Do not use flash when taking pictures indoors; this can result in your images looking harsh and unnatural. If you must use the flash settings, turn the light to the ceiling on an angle. 

ISO 

Another thing to consider is the ISO. It defines how sensitive your camera is to your current environment. For example, when photographing an image in a dark setting, increasing the ISO will help prevent the blur. It can also help lighten up the image.