10 Tips for Improving Your Photography

We all want to be better photographers, but the path to getting there is not always readily apparent. If you are feeling a little stalled out in your progress but looking to grow, check out this helpful video tutorial that features an experienced photographer sharing 10 useful tips that will put you on the path to improvement. 

Coming to you from Peter Forsgard, this excellent video tutorial discusses 10 tips for improving as a photographer. A common theme worth noticing through the collection of tips is the regular practice of photography. If you are a hobbyist who has a job other than photography, it can be easy to go in spurts, starting and stopping as you have time. However, consistent practice will often be far more beneficial than bursts. If you can carve out even just 15 minutes a day, it will do a lot of good for keeping your skills sharp, and by maintaining a higher baseline, you will be better able to advance creatively and technically when you do have that time to invest in deeper exploration and practice, as you will not be working just to re-familiarize yourself with things you already know. Check out the video above for the full rundown. 

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