There are many beginner/pro photographers following the same common mistake for so long and some of them are not aware of their common mistakes. Mistakes are common actions of all human beings. To err is human. Photography is fully loaded with camera features, light conditions, creative aspects, editing skills, technicality etc If you miss controlling even a single point then there are many chances to scrap your photograph. But always remember that no learning is without mistakes.
let's point out a few common mistakes
- Exposure issue - When choosing the wrong choose aperture. Hardly handling exposure features or settings.
- Focusing - most of the time, most of the photos are out of focus. It cannot be edited at all.
- Background- beginner photographers are always in a hurry to shoot and forget to notice the background which is full of distractions.
- Over editing - When fewer editing skills spoil the image. Must go for proper editing courses.
- Pre and post-homework - When reaching the location without checking their lenses and other important photography gear and never pre-visit the location
- wrong framing - When no idea about placing the subject and where the subject will look more appealable.
There are a few basic common mistakes which are always performed by the amateur photographer. Gradually percentage of making mistake keep on reducing from time to time. If the same mistakes are happening in your photographs then you are not a serious photographer or looking for a better photography level.
There end several mistakes that happen from time to time. Few mistakes are common and happen due to a lack of basic photography education. Once you are through these common mistakes then Big mistakes are waiting for you to spoil your photographs. There is no escape from the mistakes. You correct them and they always change the path. Never ever scare from any mistakes.
- choosing the wrong lens for the right subject
- Quality of strobe light
- poor editing skills
- choosing a wrong or common location for the subject
- Following the same old technique to shoot
- poor marketing skills.
- poor client handling skills
Conclusion - There are a lot of problems that always exist but your updated learning skills will help you to solve those problems. Keep learning and keep adding good skills to your passion and bring out the best photograph.
Keep experimenting and have wonderful and happy photography life to you all
Photographer and Blogger Prasenjeet Gautam (www.prasenjeetgautam.com) has captured above-posted photograph. INDIA