I don’t know a single photographer who doesn’t want to get better.
Whether it’s learning a new photography technique, improving their composition, or simply getting more familiar with their camera.
Every photographer wants to get stunning shots that they can be proud to share with family and friends.
Personally, I hope I never stop improving. I find there’s always something new to be learned in the world of photography. There are always more stories to be told.
But it’s also nice to feel like you’re making some progress. So here are a few tips to help you improve your photography in just 30 days.
Enjoy the journey!
1. Take LOTS of Photos.
We now live in the digital age of photography where you can fire off as many shots as you like without having to pay extra for film.
Back in the old days, you only got 24 (or 36) exposures per roll of film.
So firing off hundreds of shots would get quite pricey.
These days, you can make mistakes for free!
And that’s probably one of the most liberating aspects of digital photography.
Practice and experimentation is one of the best ways to become a better photographer.
Try shooting from different perspectives. Different angles. Play with the camera settings. See how they affect the photo.
Because the more you practice, the closer you’ll get to finding your own unique photo style.
Yes. There are plenty of rules and guidelines you can follow. But simply taking LOTS of photos is by far, one of the fastest ways to become a better photographer.