Weekend's Wary Ways: Simplicity

June 08, 2012

The more I think about it, the more I realize that photography has no rules because photography is freestyle and you can 
do anything you want with it. It's really hard to think of tips every week, but I try my best to give helpful advice for you guys.
Anyways, today is going to be about Simplicity. Self-explanatory, let's get straight to the point.
If you want your photo to look simple but interesting, look around you and when you find a subject, focus on it. Leave 
the background blurred and simple, and make sure it doesn't blend with your subject otherwise the attention won't go to it.
Hello there, Billie :)
The less subjects there are, the more simple it will come out.
When taking a picture of something with lots of complicated lines or textures, make sure there is something that brakes
that pattern. Like this streetlamp on the pole, your attention diverts to it instead of the wires.
A very simple composition, focusing not on the raindrops but on the back seats. (Composition is also very important)
Leaving only one line of clear raindrops on the window, the rest is blurred therefore no distractions.
 Last but not the least, subjects don't have to be that fascinating or extraordinary. Regular objects in daily life that you encounter
 can become a simple beauty. Enjoy your weekends, everyone!

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9 comments

  1. I love your photos!! AMAZING SHOTS!!

    xx, highwayofsurprises.blogspot.com :) :)

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  2. I love your photography posts! The second one of the raindrops is really pretty. :)

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  3. The raindrop photo is absolutely beautiful!

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  4. Not sure if you've been asked this already but, what lens do you use? You're photos are always so nice, though simple. :)

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  5. love this. simplicity often makes the best photos.

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  6. Your photos are great! I you captured the rainy day mood perfectly!

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  7. Thank you so much guys! @Anya Cruz and Kinga Sometimes I use my point-and-click olmypus camera if I'm not able to use the Canon 550D. As for the lens, I think I have a 18-55mm lens :)

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  8. This is really excellent advice! I just got a new camera and your tips make me even more excited to get snapping!

    xoxo, Erin :-)

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