The beauty of any artistic pursuit is that there is always room to grow creatively, to improve technically, and to learn something new. If you would like to improve your photography, check out this fantastic video tutorial that offers five useful tips sure to put you on the track to better images.
Coming to you from Robin Wong, this great video tutorial offers five useful tips to improve your photography. Although it seems somewhat simple on the surface, the advice to shoot more is something a lot of us could stand to heed. Whether hobbyist or professional, many of us are so busy that we simply do not find time to shoot. Building and maintaining proficiency as a photographer is a lot like studying for a test. You will be much better off if you take 15-20 minutes a day to do it rather than trying to cram for hours once a week. You don’t have to make a big deal of it or plan an entire shoot for your daily practice; simply going for a walk around the block with your camera can help to keep your skills in prime shape and your eye sharp. Check out the video above for the full rundown from Wong.