How do the pro photographers create those technically precise images for their clients? In this video, professional photographer Steve Niedorf gives you five pro photography tips to ensure your photographs come out to your liking. First, you Format The Data Card in the camera menu to clear out old data. Second, after exposing a few frames, Check Exposure by reading your histogram graph. Third, after each set of exposures, Check Focus on your camera’s LCD screen. Fourth, consult the menu to make sure you Shoot RAW for versatile post production options. Fifth, Shoot For Parts to make sure each part of your photo is captured to your liking. Five pro photography tips to help you improve your own work.
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