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Super Natural British Columbia

We undertake practicing the art, composition and crafting of light; understanding the tools of photography and using them well. We do not place limits our photography, uniqueness, professionalism or enthusiasm.

Whether you are an experienced professional or a beginner looking to learn more, following the right website and blogs can be extremely helpful to your own growth, and if you love landscapes it can be very enjoyable as well. While it is very accessible, mastering it can take an entire lifetime. There are technical aspects that must be learned like compositions rules, camera settings and the exposure triangleI need an artistic vision to tell a story. It is all about the story. Always.

Explore the beauty of British Columbia through the lens of @PhotoBlogCanada regional bloggers and photographers. From stunning landscapes to captivating portraits, uncover the magic of Western Fraser Valley & Greater Vancouver.

Photography is an art form that involves taking pictures of the world around you. It can be done with a variety of equipment, from basic cameras to professional DSLRs. Practising photography can help you to become a better photographer, no matter what level of experience you have. Here are some tips on how to practice photography.


1. Take lots of photos. The more photos you take, the more practice you’ll get. Don’t be afraid to experiment with different styles and angles. By taking lots of photos, you’ll learn what works and what doesn’t.


2. Get to know your camera. Spend some time learning how to use all the features of your camera. Practice different settings and techniques to get the most out of your equipment.


3. Look for inspiration. Look at other photographers’ work to get ideas for your own photos. You can also find inspiration in everyday life. Look for interesting objects, scenes, and textures to photograph.


4. Use different lenses. Different lenses can give your photos a unique look. Experiment with different lenses to find out which ones work best for the type of photos you’re taking.


5. Edit your photos. Editing your photos is an important step in the photography process. Spend time learning how to use photo editing software like Photoshop. You can use editing tools to enhance your photos and make them look even better.


6. Join a photography club. Joining a photography club can be a great way to practice and learn more about photography. You can get feedback from other photographers and learn new techniques.


Practising photography can help you to become a better photographer. With dedication and practice, you can create stunning photos that capture the beauty of the world around you.


©2024 @PhotoBlogCanada are regional bloggers and photographers. We focus on landscapes, lifestyle, portraits and pets photography in the Western Fraser Valley & Greater Vancouver.

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