- Prashant: Amit can you press my legs and I will do same for you. It feels good.
- Amit: It feels good but I think we should sleep down now. (LOL)
1) Be patient. A further 5 minutes preparing for a shot will save hours in post-production. better safe than sorry.
2) Review your shot, and if necessary, recompose and retake. On your small screen objects may look sharply focused, on a computer monitor things change.
3) Be prepared, spare battery and a microfibre lens cleaner.
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1) “The Shotgun Approach” – take many many many photos. even pros discard most of their shots.
2) “The Rule of Three” – learn it. use it. your subject doesn’t always have to be dead center in the frame.
3) Take a minute to care – stop leaning on software to fix your mistakes. you and your camera can do just fine on your own.
bonus – if you’re not using a point-&-shoot, start using a wide-angle lens (30-ish) with a polarizing filter.
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- look for what you like
- have a back up plan- #2 may not work out
I keep this in mind when I “take a hike.”
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A hilarious drug infused roller coaster ride from IIM to the Himalayas to Benares and prison…Delightfully satisfying
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