15 Ways to Improve Your Photography This Week

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As soon as your begin to pick up a camera seriously, we are hoping that our images will be as good as the people as we admire. However, it’s something that doesn’t come easy. It requires a good amount of practice and dedication. With our busy schedules, it can be hard to find the time, but here are some suggestions of things that you co this week that will steadily improve your photography this week.

Take 10 Minutes Everyday to Make Photographs

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Learn a New Feature of Your Camera

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Make a Print of a Recent Favorite Photograph

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Photograph a Single Subject Using Different Focal Lengths and Perspectives

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Browse the Photo Section of Your Local Library or Bookstore

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Go to a Photo Exhibition at a Museum of Gallery

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Ask a Friend to Go Out Shooting With You

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Find New Subjects Around Your Own Home

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Take Advantage of the Light at Dawn or Dusk

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Use Only one Focal Length

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Shoot Only Black and White

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Take One Self Portrait Each Day

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Use Only Your Camera Phone

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Photograph at Night Instead of the Day

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Limit Yourself to Just 24 Exposures a Day

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