There are lot of mistakes that we make as new photographers. Some are to be expected, but others are easily avoided. Here are a list of the most frequent mistakes made by every new photographer and hopefully it will inspire you to let some of these bad habits go and replace them with something better.
Never Get Around to Reading the Instruction Manual.
Being Afraid to Move Away from Program
Thinking That the Next Lens or Camera Will Make You a Better Photographer
Not Shooting Frequently Enough
Not Backing Up Photos
Always Shooting from Eye Level
Not Getting Close Enough
Forgetting to Charge the Battery the Night Before
Shooting at Too Slow of a Shutter Speed
Going Overboard with HDR, Sharpening or Color Saturation
Not Paying Attention to the Background
Taking Too Few Shots of a Subject
Forget to Format the Memory Card for a New Shooting Session
Not Purchasing Back-Up Batteries
Never Making Prints