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10 lessons from photography

By: Miriam Lowinger

  • ONE: Patience and perseverance – the photo doesn’t always turn out right the first time
  • TWO: There is beauty in everything –find and capture it in a photo
There is beauty in everything. (Photo: M. Lowinger)

There is beauty in everything. (Photo: M. Lowinger)

  • THREE: Never give up – usually it takes two or three tries to get a perfect photo
  • FOUR: It takes work to make things perfect – photo shop and digital editing take practice
  • FIVE: One second makes all the difference – if I press the button to late, the image I want will be changed
One second makes all the difference

One second makes all the difference (Photo: M. Lowinger)

  • SIX: Every moment is precious – it just depends which angle you look at it from
  • SEVEN: Creativity is essential – think outside the box to capture the perfect photo
Think outside the box (Photo: M. Lowinger)

Think outside the box (Photo: M. Lowinger)

  • EIGHT: Always remember the good times – capture them in a photo forever
  • NINE:  Broaden your horizons – find new things to photograph and use different techniques
  • TEN: It’s not practice that makes perfect, it’s how you apply what you’ve learnt – experiment with different techniques and camera settings
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2 Comments

  1. Lovely photos Mim, and “Ten Commandments ” of photography Joce!
    You know what they call friendship between photographers?… Camera..derie, lol

    • Thanks Oli. Photos and words by Miriam. I just provided the platform…

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