Practice English Speaking&Listening with: Tip #1 - Let's Be!

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time every time then you're looking at the correct channel because we at

"Click with me!" are dedicated to explain all the basic intermediate and advanced levels

of Tips, Tricks and Techniques to help you click the perfect photo each time

every time. In this video I'll be talking to you about the 6 most important

aspects of clicking a photo no matter what genre you are clicking these are

the tricks you can use in all of your photos and get your photos looking

professional, Each time every time!!!

Hi this is Captain Ojas from "Click With Me!" no matter how long you've been

clicking no matter how professional you are at taking photos there will always

be that one button, that one mode in your camera or that one technique that you

haven't mastered yet or you wish you knew. So here at "Click With Me!" we have

compiled a series of Tips, Tricks and Insights as a sure way to improve your

camera and photography skills. Whether you are a professional or an amateur

photographer these are the tips which will take your photography to the next

level. Let's begin our journey and yes if you are new here please click the

like and subscribe button thank you let's begin today we have the first tip

of our channel tip number one "Let's Be good photographers" now you would start

thinking what is happening just wait till the end of the video and you will

come to know what a fantastic technique this is to click professional and

awesome photos. Today's tip number one is let's be yes today's tip is for anyone

who has a camera be it amateur be it professional any time you pick up your

camera to click you just have to remember "Let's Be A Good Photographer"

and you will get your photo clicked right each and every time because let's

be means L: lighting; E: Edges of the frame; T: Thirds rule; S: Storytelling;

B: Background; E: Environment. L is for lighting you will have to pay special

attention to the lighting aspect of your photo this is the main ingredient of

your photo if the light is too much or too less then it may spoil your photo

entirely. This is an example of an overexposed photo if you see carefully

all the details in the highlights are lost

the same photo has been clicked with less light in the scene, here you can see

all the details in the shadow region are lost. However this is the photo setting

that we are most interested in when the lighting is perfect the photo comes out

excellent 'E' is for edges of the frame once you compose your photo look at the

edges in your viewfinder, many a times we are concentrating in the middle of the

photo and the subject is cut at the edges. In this example if you see the

bottom petal of the flower is cut, due to this the photo looks undesirable. On the

conterary this next photo looks amazing because the flower has been

properly centred and none of the important aspects of the main subject

have been clipped.

T is for thirds rule. In photography the rule of thirds is a type of composition

in which an image is divided evenly into thirds both horizontally and vertically

and the subject of the image is placed at the intersection of those dividing

lines or along one of the lines itself. To

understand this concept let's check out this photo. It's a beautiful sunset if

you see we have divided the photo horizontally and vertically into thirds

and as the Sun is the most important subject in this photo we have placed it

at the bottom left intersection this has made the photo look aesthetically

pleasing. 'S' is for storytelling.

Storytelling in photography is a way to capture a photo in such a way that it

captures inspirations and emotions it tells the story of your subject without

using motion, pictures or words. To actually understand what storytelling is

let look at this example. Look at this photo, as soon as you look at this photo

your mind starts constructing a story it starts to think what this old man is

doing what are the conditions in which he is surviving, so on and so forth. When

you make people think about the story behind the picture it makes it more

interesting and engaging. 'B' is for background. A good background can

surround, support and emphasise the information you wish to present. A poorly

chosen background can intimidate the rest of the photo making the other

elements difficult to see or make the other elements feel unrelated or

unimportant.

Here we see in the first example the subject and the background are almost of

the same color and so they appear to be merged.

This is totally undesirable effect. The photo has been captured beautifully

however the background has ruined it completely, same thing has happened in

this second photo the photo has been captured perfectly and the composition

is also great, however the background is so much

cluttered that it is not taking the viewers to the bird instead the subject

is lost in the clutter. This third photo is a perfect example of what to do when

you have a cluttered background simply focus on the subject and open your

aperture as wide as possible this will send the background in a soft bokey

and your subject will get all the attention

'E' is for environment. If you include the environment in the photo along with the

subject it greatly helps the viewer to relate and understand the story and in

turn appreciate the photo more. It helps to make the photo more appealing. This is

a good photo perfectly in focus and capture the moment precisely, however as

there is no environment included in the picture you will never understand where

exactly is the old man sitting and what exactly are the conditions around him. In

this second photo we see these animals along with the surroundings so you are

able to have spacial awareness as to what are they doing and where the

animals are. So I hope you've enjoyed today's tip, "Let's Be!"; Yes! this is the

only thing you will have to remember each and every time when you click a

photo, and I am sure all of your photos are going to turn out perfect. So see you

again next time with some new Tips, Tricks and Insights to

make your photography go to the next level!!!

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