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Taking it to a whole new level, candid photography has changed the way photographs used to be taken initially. DSLR photography is a game changer and it has brought a whole new set of enthusiasts taking their one shot to fame. Candid is undoubtedly one of the best types of photography. These are the pictures you take in the blink of an eye. The moment is a precious one and a delay of even one second can make you miss that expression you want to capture. It is really without giving a second thought that you take the shot.
For taking a candid shot, there are opportunities everywhere. All you have to do is look around. Following are some DSLR photography tips for bringing out the best in your candid photography:
1) Take the Camera Everywhere
There are a few things some people can't leave their house without, which can include their glasses, their wallet or anything else. For you, it has to be your DSLR. Every time and everywhere you go, make sure you have your companion along. You never know when you will come across something that you want to take a picture of and it would rather be a shame if you are missing out on the one thing that powers your vision and gives voice to your thinking.
2) Depict Emotion
Excitement, happiness, sadness, longing; whichever be the emotion, you have to never fall short of capturing it. Look for a store owner who is daydreaming, impatient commuters waiting in queue fir a bus or train, a tender moment for two people, the joy of a child running after a puppy and various other things.
3) Don't Hesitate
Usually when you see an opportunity for a candid shot, do not think twice before capturing it. It is seldom that you get a second chance to convey the exact same feeling in your shot.
4) Avoid Falling for the Back
People usually get bored looking at candid images covering more and more of people's backs. Avoid falling for the love of clicking pictures from back.
5) Add a Few Effects
Nothing enhances your images like a few after effects. Add a punch of black and white for more emotion. Try out different software that allow image editing and see what you can come out with.
6) Look Out for Action
Action shots convey a lot. For instance, you can capture a great goal, a touchdown or a cricketer hitting a six. Apart from this maybe you can capture a job gone wrong or any other thing that depics a lot of thrill.
7) When in Doubt, Ask it Out
If you are afraid someone will not like you clicking them, don't hesitate, just go and ask politely. Usually it is never a problem but you still will be appreciated for making them comfortable.
With digital cameras, photography has witnessed a revolution and given voice to many talented people out there. Different genres depict different characteristics and people's perspectives.