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Posted by oneslidephotogaraphy On December - 12 - 2016

Waiting for perfect moment

Waiting for perfect moment



Many professional photographers always advice amateurs that “to become a successful photographer, you need to be very very patient.” Yup, in additional to skill and sufficient knowledge of your camera, patience is a very important factor in producing extraordinary photographs. Many amateur photographers fail in creating those quality photos because they lack patience in waiting for that perfect moment to present itself.

Consider the photo examples below:

Unperfect moment photography

Unperfect moment photography


Not what you would call a “perfect” moment

Perfect moment photography

Perfect moment photography

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