By now, you’re probably familiar with my tendency to share resources with my readers. Because it can be difficult to be a beginner photographer or blogger, I feel that it’s important to share any and all tips, tricks, tutorials and resources that may be helpful to my readers.
That’s why I’m so excited to share this post with you today. I love when I’m approached by readers or fellow bloggers who are just as excited about sharing their resources with me. It is one of many reason why I always encourage readers to contact me with further suggestions at the end of each of my blog posts – and this post is very much an example of that. Not only does this allow me to share their resources with you, but it also adds to the list of resources available to new photographers.
I asked BorrowLenses Blog to provide a custom introduction for this resource. Being the amazing blog that they are, they opted to do just that. So, without further comment from me, here it is:
The key to becoming a pro photographer begins with the basics. Whether you’re a beginner who’s just starting out with your first DSLR, or a seasoned professional who needs a refresher, it’s important to know the fundamental basics of good photography.
That’s why BorrowLenses came up with these 47 essential photography tips for beginners. From composition rules to the Rule of Thirds, and from lighting tips to how to take a portrait, this visual guide is filled with real photo examples to help inspire your inner photographer. Use the guide for inspiration, and you’ll soon be on your way to becoming a pro! – BorrowLenses Blog