Top Photography Tips – Photography 101

February 7, 2012 separator DIY Tutorial

Top Photography Tips

Okay, it might not be quite everything you ever wanted to know, but give me a little longer, and I’ll come up with all the rest! In the meantime, here are lots of timely, useful photography tips, guides, resources, and tutorials for everything from point-and-shoot to dslr to setup.

Top Photography Tips

Check back, as I’ll be updating this list often!

Do you have a photography question that isn’t answered here? Leave it in the comments, and I’ll see if I can help you out!

21 comments

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  3. I like to take Photos. And it was an awesome post. This absolutely so helpful for me. Thank you for sharing this great list of tips with us :)

  4. Amazing tips…thank you so much for sharing. You will also love the photography work from RTIbyRT – Portrait Photographers in Gadsden.

  5. I am always excited about photography and all such stuff. We usually go for traveling. There I will remember your tips.

  6. Thank you for all your great posts on photography! I found one of your posts on Pinterest and now I have pinned some more of your post :)

  7. What kind of pictures can you name? the other day i was showing my friend a picture of my OTHER friend when she was laughing and she said is that a “_________ picture?” and i didn’t know what she meant and i want to know more about what kind of pictures their are…?

  8. Great list! Thank you! I still haven’t upgraded my camera, but am looking to do so very very soon. In the meantime, I can use all the tips I can get!!! Mediocre camera= much harder work to take a great photo:) Love your blog! (Saw your comment on Say Yes to Hoboken, which led me here!) I’m also excited for the “blog better” section. I need HELP with design on my fledgling blog(www.dcoil.blogspot.com). Thanks again for the tips!

  9. You’re so welcome, Rachel!

    Natalie – You really should just do it! The best thing is that even when you’re not using them, the TLRs look fantastic on a shelf!!! :D

    – Lindsay

  10. I love the photography series you’ve been doing! After reading the post on TTV Basics, I’m seriously considering buying a TLR camera! So fun, and I love the vintage look. :)

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