Top 10 Camera Tips For Becoming a Better Photographer

The best time to shoot outdoors is when the sun is rising or setting - It’s next to impossible to get good pictures outdoors in direct sunlight. However, if you shoot during the golden hours, while the sun is rising or setting, you’ll find it hard to not take great photos. The colors will be rich and natural, and your subject will look warm, balanced and vibrant. Many of my best photos were captured as the sun was setting…

Dogs at dusk. Wonderful colors. Image courtesy of mayhem on Flickr.

Dogs at dusk. Wonderful colors. Image courtesy of mayhem on Flickr.

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