Before I became a fan of taking photos, I didn’t know that you could manually change the settings of your camera. I learned quite a few things about photography when I joined Light Drawing but I should study more if I want to improve as photographer.
I used to take really blurry photos and I didn’t know what button or what are the functions in the camera. Sometimes, there’s too much light, or it’s too dark, and I didn’t know what to focus on. This club, made me take better photos. Ones with better lighting, better focus, and the exposure, what angle etc. Light Drawing Club made me get interested in photography and I took more pictures after and started doing experiments. I also never really knew such terms or names that are in the camera or the ones that are related to photography. I guess I can say that i’ve improved a lot and that you can always take great photos with anything that can take pictures and not only SLRs.
Light drawing club has helped me learn what these settings actually mean instead of just being gibberish. Although i should have probably payed more attention to the explanations, i now look forward to a chance to edit the settings and take some shots.
Dangit i want a long shutter speed pic of a waterfall.
I improved in my photography by using the many different settings in the camera. With the help of light drawing club I am now able to put my imagination to many different items through pictures. I have also become more interested in taking pictures than I had before, and it made me a better photographer.
Before I joined this club, the only thing I know how to do was use the auto function but after joining this i learned a lot more than i thought i would. Im happy with what i learned but im not really that good of a photographer :P
In this class I have improved my photo-taking skills. Listening to the teacher teach the different artistic ways of angle, color balance and other skills has taught me that a photo can look beautiful by using any camera. Practicing taking pictures has also improved my skills during classes and my free time. Photography is an art and creating it is lots of fun.
I’v improved alot in my pictures. I used to not care on how I take a picture. For me it made no difference. It’s still a picture. I wasn’t fond of taking pictures, I used to think it was a waste of time. But now I take lots of ‘em. I take ‘em cause I want to cherish my memories. I want to look back at those memories and smile :)
I’ve improved on my angles, and finding the light. I would want to improve more on lighting and composition. I cannot say that I’m a photographer YET but I will be :)
Ever since I joined Light Drawing, my knowledge in photography increased and in terms of the photographs I take, I feel like it has grown better and more interesting. Learning about certain properties of photography also helped me capture the essence of each scene better. I’ve also understood better that no matter what camera you use, you can take great photos as long as you know what you’re doing.
There has been some improvement on the quality of my pictures. I need to improve on lighting, too much lighting can destroy the subjects in the picture & not enough will cause the picture to be barely seen.
I’ve improved as a photographer on how I hold the camera & the settings I put the camera on. I find the best angle of the subject to get the best possible picture. I also improved on how to find the proper way to find the best light or if there isn’t any, find some. I’ve also learned that It doesn’t matter if you have an SLR to take the photo or a camera phone, as long as I can take a memory of what means the most to me. :)
Before light drawing club, I thought that my photo-taking skills were good, but I didn’t even know what the settings meant like aperture, shutter speed, f-stop etc. Now I know what they do and knowing that made me improve my pictures a lot. My pictures are now much more crisp and clearer than they used to be. Thanks ms! :)
Before I entered the Light Drawing Club, I had no idea what the words, “ISO”, “F-stop”, or “Shutter speed meant”. When I learned how these words were related and how they affected a picture, I improved myself and learned how to use them so that I could create great photos. I OWE THAT TO MS. FIL. :)