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A brief inclusion for newbies in fundamental photography and photo editing

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A brief inclusion for newbies in fundamental photography and photo editing

If you’re a novice, it can be a baffling challenge to use editing software. Many questions may buzz around your head. Such as-


  • What if the software isn’t able to depend? 
  • What if the method is too complex? 
  • What if it takes too much time?
  • What if the pictures are horrible? 


So many questions and confusion! I know; even I was there. I offer a very simple way to delve into editing in this article if you’re a novice. These are fundamental principles that I hope will set you in good stead in the future for more fancy editing! 


First of all, You need to see what’s a good picture and a poor one. Your understanding is the answer.

When you think that heavily edited images are the perfect image, this will turn your editing and vice versa. When you think that an excessively tinted picture is great, that would be your perfect line. We’re all bigoted to something. I think we need to try to be as neutral as possible for editing, however, and for the moment leave our personal preferences. In order to have an objective view of things, we need:


  • See the variations between overexposed and under-exposed images and determine what is the right exposure 
  • Consider white balance where white looks white as it should, and not yellow or blue or orange See the contrast between dark and light 
  • Determine the noise 


Once we get a foundational hold on the above, editing is going to be a piece of cake, and we can get more creative from a consistent image base or what I would like to call a smooth edit.

Well, If you are looking for a method of shooting the answer you will find is “Just Shoot”; Shoot it Raw.

You need to understand the choice you make about adobe color profiles. To successfully understand the topic you need to practice edit on a raw format picture from standard to color. If You shoot the image following JPEG format, delete pixels. Thus do the camera’s color adjustments. You may have less control over a JPEG image. If you compressed the image at the very beginning the image color may become compromised.

This being said, someone who’s a really good, professional, experienced photographer can shoot JPEGS and get the desired image they want. But to reach that level you need to work really hard!

Second, the camera style you use will impact the original pictures you receive. The 35 mm sensor is supported by a full-frame camera – larger, more space, more light on the camera sensor and more pixels. What you see is pretty much what you get through the lens. On the other side, a crop sensor operates in the opposite direction.

The lens only allows you to use a portion of the frame so that a 35 mm lens mounted on a crop sensor camera just gives you the perspective of an equivalent of a 52 mm lens – a longer focal length more zoomed in. You lose some distance, a little light, and a few pixels.


Photography is something that enthusiastically and consistently needs to be practiced. Continuous practice is another way to say you have to make many mistakes and learn to adapt techniques from them. It doesn’t matter what kind of camera you have purchased to take pictures.


Only continue to take pictures. It would be smart to do some research if you don’t take pictures. To photographers of all ages, the internet has a massive collection of learning materials.

 YouTube is the best place to learn more about your camera and the techniques of photography. You will find out what to do and what not to do on the basis of tutorial videos and feedback.


If you are not the sort of person on the internet who is studying, you can always attend paid courses. Traditional classes and online classes are available in the form of courses. Just make sure you don’t stop taking pictures, whatever you do.


Various photography styles

There is photography of all kinds. The everlasting technique of cameras embraces light sources, primary or secondary. Photography is a difficult career. For artists, there are all types of jobs. This offers the photographer the ability to specialize in a particular type of photography so that he or she can get it right.

Fashion photography

Fashion photography is really fun as a lot of beautiful people get to work with you. Photography of the wedding is another specialty that costs. Car lovers are gravitating to the photography of the car. Then there’s another old favorite, macro photography. High-resolution baby freckles or a sparkling coat from ladybirds please wait. Food photography can be done by everyone.

Fashion Photography | Source: Unsplash

Photography of wildlife

This kind of photography is done outdoors. Animals are the subject of the wildlife photographer who travels long distances to capture the precious wildlife scenes.

wildlife photography
wildlife photography | Source: Unsplash

Portrait Photography

Portrait photography is based on individuals or groups of individuals. The photographer tends to use movements and expressions to bring out personality traits. Portraits in oil paints have been made for the noble and notable for a long time. Now hi-tech cameras to substantially magnify what was possible before.

Portrait photography
Portrait photography | Source: Unsplash

Abstract Photography

Abstract photography deals with enchanting pictures that might have been created on LSD by Stevie wonders. The concepts of real life are represented abstractly with shapes, texture, light, and shadow. Specific types are sometimes represented by abstract concepts.

abstract photography
Abstract photography | Source: Unsplash

Black and white photography

Photography in black and white is done because it is absolutely beautiful. Light and shade captures photographs in color but with a timeless mood on the picture.

Black and white photography | Source: Freepik

Food Photography

Culinary arts mixed with food photography make restaurants and food magazines outstanding manuscripts. There are many experts who are serious about taking their food photography. The craft is taken even more seriously by rookies. Everyone with a phone has a photo of a restaurant dish on their phones that looks delicious with the development of technology, the field of photography is changing rapidly. More than ever, we can see. We can see our life in both the micro and macro universes. Try to be passionate about light and learn to play like a master with it. Specialize yourself in making money for specific types of photography.

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Food photography | Source: Unsplash

The camera should be viewed as an extension of your vision. In your frame, you’ll always have a friend and lover. There are many forms of photography in between, such as macro photography or landscape photography. So choose your camera wisely if you’re a novice. Make sure you’re doing your homework.

food photography
Food photography | Source: Unsplash