Photography have taught me some great life lessons. This list is evolving as I learn more…
- A photographer evolves through auto, aperture priority, shutter priority and manual modes.
- There is nothing called a good or bad photograph in a photographer’s life. Your perception of a good photograph changes over time.
- Very often the photo I considered as very good gets minimum likes, and and sometimes the ones I did not publish for a long time, thinking it is not good enough, get maximum likes.
- The best photograph of mine, remains as the best one, only till I take a better one.
- Effort taken for a photograph and the quality of the photograph are not connected
- Other’s response to your photograph need not be the same as your view
- A good camera alone will not make you a great photographer
- I must take photographs which impacts the viewer ……
- Sometimes I delete photographs which lot of people liked, because I am not convinced
- Many good photographs happen on the go, using simple equipment
- An optimist enjoys the beauty of the photograph and appreciates the pain the photographer has undertaken in order to capture it. A pessimist worries about whether the photograph is edited or not.
- There is a general notion that, all good photographs must be edited.
- While publishing the photo, the caption matters a lot. The caption and the photo must be in perfect sync. A bad can spoil a good photo. A good caption can uplift a mediocre photo.
- Keep it simple.
- Mix up the themes.