5 Common Mistakes New Photographers Make

In today's age, where smartphones have become ubiquitous, photography has evolved into a more accessible art form. For many budding photographers mastering mobile photography has become the first step in their journey. This helpful video tutorial discusses five common mistakes and how you can fix them. 

Coming to you from PIXEL VIILAGE, this insightful video delves into the common pitfalls faced by budding photographers, especially those using their smartphones. Hosted by Rak Krishnan, the video emphasizes the importance of understanding the basics of mobile photography, highlighting the top five mistakes made by beginners. Whether you're an Android or Apple user, the video’s lessons are universal. Krishnan's focus on fundamental aspects like cleaning the lens, adjusting screen brightness, and maintaining the right angle with the subject, underscores the necessity of mastering these basic yet critical elements in photography.

The video further explores crucial topics such as composition, exposure, and lighting. Krishnan's explanation of the rule of thirds, for instance, offers viewers a practical guide to enhance the aesthetic appeal of their photos. His advice on managing exposure and making the most of natural light is particularly enlightening. However, what sets this video apart is its emphasis on learning from mistakes. Krishnan encourages viewers to review and reflect on their photographs, an approach vital for growth and improvement in any creative field.

In conclusion, "Shoot Like a Pro #23" is a must-watch for anyone keen on elevating their mobile photography skills. The video is packed with actionable tips and is a valuable resource for anyone looking to enhance their photographic prowess using just their smartphone.

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Alex Cooke is a Cleveland-based portrait, events, and landscape photographer. He holds an M.S. in Applied Mathematics and a doctorate in Music Composition. He is also an avid equestrian.

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