CoolCapture — Photography Tips with Matt Harding

Hi folks,

Have a camera? Want to get that cool shot you could proudly display in your portfolio? This is where I come in – bringing you photography tips one at a time.

So here’s today’s tip:

  • Try to shoot your subject in a way that hasn’t been seen before. Everyone who goes to New York has a photo of the Empire State Building, but what makes it interesting is a unique view as opposed to a snapshot from a few blocks away.
Empire State Building © Matt Harding. All Rights Reserved.

Empire State Building
© Matt Harding. All Rights Reserved.

Have questions or comments? Email mattharding313@gmail.com.

About the Author

Matt Harding is a student, photographer, and journalist, who is passionate about sharing his work with the world. Harding has self-published a book in his hometown of Detroit, Michigan, and looks to begin work on a similar photo project in Cape Town, South Africa. Visit his Project Page here.

 

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1 comment for “CoolCapture — Photography Tips with Matt Harding

  1. October 27, 2013 at 10:12 am

    Nice article. View-point is what makes a picture come alive. My visit in Tokyo 2005-6 with interest in Japanese art made me first aware is of this technique to focus on something, but use the immediate surroundings even weather beaten rusty signs to tell the story.

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