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I found that candid shots were my absolute favorite, but there were a few posed photos that turned out just as stunning. I learned that photography isn’t just knowing how to take pictures, it is being able to stretch your mind in order take a creative and beautiful picture, plus you really need to be out there and let your clients know what you want from them. (When you are a natural introvert, this is easier said than done.)
For most of all my High School years I studied photography, which included how to use a DSLR camera, the settings, lighting, etc. Every time I would come home from the library I would bring with me a stack of books on the topic of photography. I pretty much lived, breathed, and talked photography any time I could.
If I had another job (other than my blog) I would still want to be a photographer!
21 photography resources for your teen and High Schooler
- Introduction to Photography
- How to Do Everything Digital Photography
- Digital Photography Lighting for Dummies
- Understanding Exposure
- The Digital Photography Book: Part 1
- Digital Photography Hacked!
- Mastering Digital Photography
- Mastering Aperture, Shutter Speed, ISO and Exposure
- Beyond Auto Mode
- Complete Digital Photography
- The Beginner’s Photography Guide
- Better Photo Basics
- Beginner’s Digital SLR Crash Course
- How to Photograph Absolutely Everything
- Digital SLR Cameras & Photography for Dummies
- Improve Your Photography