"You don't take a photograph, you make it!" by Ansel Adams

Taking up photography classes makes me look at my pictures in different light. What I thought was a perfect shot [at least for me] turns out to be not. And now, the critique of my instructor stuck with me. I still liked my photos, but I see all the mistakes now.

One important thing that I learn is that it is NOT in the camera, but it lies on the person taking the picture. You could have a very expensive camera, but if you don't know how to use it, it's useless.

This is the main reason why I decided to take photography classes even though I know there's not much money [income] in it. If I can make money from it, the better, but if not, then at least I am taking good photographs from now on. And I can maximize the use of my Nikon.

I wish to see some changes in the pictures that I will be taking from here on...

1 comments:

Raquel said...

that is right jo it's not the camera but the holder.