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[Total: 0   Average: 0/5] Harness these 7 simple principles to jump start your photography: 1) Fill the frame 2) Simplify and exaggerate 3) Don’t center your subject 4) Create depth 5) Connect the dots 6) Perspective is EVERYTHING 7) Lighting is EVERYTHINGer Subscribe to my newsletter to receive the very best in Nature Photography and Photo Education: Newsletter Signup Episode transcript: https://www.joshuacripps.com/2014/05/take-better-pictures-quick-guide-amazing-photos/ Joshua Cripps is a renowned photographer living near Yosemite National Park in California. For more landscape photography, tutorials, and workshops visit: http://www.professionalphototips.com/ Joshua Cripps: Spectacular Landscape Photography, Awesome Photo Workshops and Tutorials https://instagram.com/JoshuaCrippsPhotography https://www.facebook.com/JoshuaCrippsPhotography https://www.SeaToSummitWorkshops.com —– All photos, text, and video is copyright Joshua Cripps. Any use without my express written permission is really not cool, man. Video Rating: / 5

20 Comments

  • Raymond Baglari 3 years ago

    WTH !!! I already follow him on Instagram and seeing him being featured on this video was unexpected. After seeing the credits I was able to recall. Been following him for half a year.

  • Rhaonoa 3 years ago

    Great video, fun to watch, love the humour – very helpful! :)

  • Herminigildo Jakosalem 3 years ago

    7 Powerful Photography Tips for Amazing Photos. – Indeed! Thumbs up! And subscribed! Thank you.

  • Ian Waterfall 3 years ago

    Some great tips here. Cool video.

  • This Robinson 3 years ago

    sick video. . .subscribed

  • Giorgi Otarashvili 3 years ago

    iPhone 3G in 2014? are u ok? :D

  • Rogue_ Phantom_ 3 years ago

    I sometimes take pictures with the sun in the top corners or middle
    Seems to look quite good

  • Khimiey AR G 3 years ago

    i like this video bro.. coz it contain some sort of tips/ rules but what i like the most is the "8th principle" like it so fuckin' much.. Anyway, keep up the good work bro.. All the best.! :)

  • John Bickhart 3 years ago

    Love your energy and practical "can do" topics that are easy for us to grasp.

  • Evgheni Floca 3 years ago

    Thank you! Inspiring video! I'm already subscribed =)

  • Mew Wew 3 years ago

    Fascinating… Knew most of this but every tip helps

  • Juan Luis Gallardo 3 years ago

    Audio is kind of low, maybe the microphone could improve it.

  • Miroslav Kopecni 3 years ago

    no wonder that so many people likes your tutorials! I am one of them!

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  • gem hay 3 years ago

    WOW, absolutely FABULOUS video. THANK YOU!!!!!

  • 2541968joey 3 years ago

    Good video with solid information. Regarding shooting in the middle of the day……try black & white for a new technique, thanks

  • Robert Mc 3 years ago

    Good vid. Family was watching movie and i was in room, Needed to turn on CC. The closed caption on this is hilarious

  • Andrey V 3 years ago

    just like most people in the comments, subscribed!

  • Austin Hale 3 years ago

    Regarding the tip about exposing to the sky and getting details from the shadows, i don't think thats right, at least for shooting RAW. The technique is called shooting to the right (of the histogram) for a reason. You can recover details in the light because the information is there, but in shadows there simply isn't enough light at the sensor lever to register detail. Jpegs are different though. Any white washout is permanently lost. If your camera can shoot raw, use that with over exposure to recover details from highlights, not shadows

  • star suraj 3 years ago

    Awesome 🙂 subscribed!

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