Journalists are increasingly asked to bring more than just a story to the newsroom and a reporter who can hand in publication ready photos alongside their copy is a valuable asset to an editor. As much as there is to say about taking photos on mobile devices it can’t replace the real thing in terms of diversity and quality.
So whether you are looking to add to your skill set or just make use of that vintage camera that has been collecting dust since you got “really into” photography for six months at university, over at CNET they have put together 50 tips on how to take quality photos. Covering a range of issues such as lighting, shot framing, lenses, apertures, quick cheats and money-saving techniques, it is a comprehensive guide to read in full or dip into for specific tips.
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