Students in the beginner photography training class often ask the instructor how to take photos with “feeling” instead of general landscapes or portraits. Although art is about talent, there are also some tips and guidelines to learn, so that all beginners can master the skills in it. Let’s take a look at the first step: “Find textures and geometry”!
(1) Looking for Repeated Textures
Open your “photographic eye” textures are everywhere around us, whether it is leaves, floors, trunks, buildings, lights, clouds, or even spider webs hanging on trees, you can also find the existence of textures, try to zoom in on the screen, or become the subject and focus on shooting.
(2) Looking for Geometric Patterns
In the texture, you may also find geometric patterns, such as square tiles, grids of fences, and windows, which can also be used for shooting!
This step is not too difficult, but it is also a method of shooting a relatively heavy artistic style, and it can also train your photography eye and prepare for your improvement of photography skills.
Let’s take a look at some examples. In the next article, I will continue to share tips for taking photos of feel.