Some of the best photo's you'll ever see toss photography rules out the window. So what to do? go beyond, stretch those rules. You'll never know what great shot you may come up with!
The rule of thirds: Set the horizon dead center, not one third up from the landscapes bottom or top. Symmetrical subjects, like mountains reflected in a lake are best candidates for such lawbreaking.
You've been taught to shoot at the lowest ISO possible for the light your shooting in, to produce crisp images. But while cranking up your ISO can add a raw, gritty appearance to your photograph. maybe adding something much more to your shot! And if it's the difference between getting a shot, or not getting a shot. I will always go for the shot!
Shooting in direct sunlight. You might love noonday effects everyone warms you about; flare, desaturated colors, erosion of sharpness. So what to do, go for it!
Till next time, get out there enjoy the thrill and fun of shooting!
I'm a photographer who loves animal photography. Trying to capture that perfect moment is a passion of mine.