Photography As A Hobby - 1

A photograph can speak thousands of words. It’s the emotional meaning of a photo that communicates to our minds and hearts. Have you ever witnessed the excitement and joy of parents who show photos of their baby?

There are images that simultaneously trigger the memories flooding back, which transport us back to times as we recall those moments that are in our hearts and minds. There are photographs that make us pause while we think about the hidden treasures that lie hidden within these photos. Unfortunately, a lot of photos are taken poorly and blurred and are likely to provide little assistance to our already fading memories. This shouldn’t be the case when we are all committed to capturing and preserving these tiny snippets of memories whose value can only be realized in the course of the course.

My first rule of thumb is to get the best equipment that I am able to afford. This eliminates the “poor equipment” excuse from the equation. In the following, you must take care of the camera and learn how to utilize the features properly.

Camera Handling

Clean the lens to ensure clear, sharp images. Make sure that your straps and fingers are kept away from the lens to prevent obstructions to your pictures. It is always a good idea to simply apply the lens with a UV or neutral lens filter over the lens. It is better to avoid any damage, e.g., scratches or smudges on the filter rather than it is on the lens.

To ensure sharp photos For sharp images, keep the camera still and then gently press to release the shutter. Don’t get too exuberant, and use your whole hand to grasp and push the shutter release simultaneously. This can result in blurry images, and camera shakes. For speeds that are slower than 1/30 shutter speed, you should use an accessory for your cameras, such as a unipod or tripod.


Lenses with different focal lengths allow you to alter the angle of the scene. There will be a shift in the distance apparent between your subject and background. Depth of Field may be altered as well.

An aperture of approximately 50mm is a great lens for general photos because it offers a great balance of angles of view comparable to that of the eyes’ central view. It offers an unnatural perspective, ample depth of field, as well as a quick lens speed. A fast lens is ideal for photography with existing light and action photos with low light.

A zoom lens with a focal length of 24-85mm is a great general-purpose lens that you can utilize as it covers everything from wide-angle group photos as well as landscapes to telephoto portraits. It’s ideal for travel since it is not necessary to switch lenses too frequently. It’s also small enough not to get out of the way in certain circumstances. With a fast light, it’s ideal for indoor use as well as outdoors in situations where it is necessary to the filling of flash to eliminate shadows caused by the chin, eyebrows, or nose.

You can quickly capture more detail in the image, e.g., group photos, using Wide-angle zoom. At 35mm, it’s a great option and doesn’t cause distortion too much at the sides. At 24mm and below, subjects on the sides appear distorted. Wide-angle lenses also let you get closer to the subject to achieve a deeper depth of field. It’s also possible to utilize slow shutter speeds as this zoom reduces any effects caused by camera movement and is also great for stop motion photos of subjects in close proximity.

Don’t try to tilt your head to take photos of tall objects, as the subject may appear as if they are squeezed together in the middle. The term “keystoning” refers to keystone, and you should move back to shooting large items or subjects. Wide-angle zoom is not recommended for portraits because they blur features when taken at close distances.

When it comes to portraits, The 85mm zoom is perfect. It removes the distracting background from a photo and also reduces what appears to be a distance. Utilize a shallow depth of field to concentrate attention on the object. You can also apply filters to create different types of effects on portraits. For instance, soft focus filters can be useful to take photos that are more pleasing to the eye.