The easiest way to take perfect photos is to familiarize yourself with the aperture, ISO & shutter speed of your camera. If you know how these things work, then you always get beautiful photos.

What do you need for this?
A.) A camera with a full-frame sensor (sensor size 35 mm) and a good lens (fixed focal length). The camera does not need any fully automatic functions, these are usually counterproductive for good photos. The most minimal convenience that a photographer really needs is a semi-automatic (e.g. aperture priority). Because only the photographer determines the aperture (depth of field), the shutter speed and the noise (ISO). A high-quality 50 or 35 mm lens that offers a wide open aperture from 1.4 to 2.0 for shooting with selective depth of field is perfect. Any zoom lenses with an initial aperture of 4.0 to 5.6 or higher are simply unsuitable to play with the depth of field.

The easiest way to take perfect photos is to familiarize yourself with the aperture, ISO & shutter speed of your camera. If you know how these things work, then you always get beautiful photos.

That’s all! Now start, go out and take pictures! Play with the aperture from fully open to closed, with different ISO settings and, and, and.

B.) If you are familiar with your camera, then it’s up to the imagery: The „perspective & image section“! Change your perspective, the point of view of the picture, go down a little (bend your knees), try to see the subject from the side, or from above, just differently than the object is seen from the human eye.

C.) You should keep this in mind with yourself: Stance firmly, hold the camera correctly and hold your breath when the trigger is released.