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Beginner’s Guide to Win Photography Contest

Posted by oneslidephotogaraphy On June - 22 - 2018
Beginner's Guide to Win Photography Contest - Photographer

Beginner's Guide to Win Photography Contest - Photographer

Anyone can point a camera and click, but it takes a certain eye to be able to take those same pictures and turn them into masterpieces that can win contests.The winning photographs you see posted on the site feature a strong combination of the assets we seek in an image. These include: thoughtful attention to lighting, eye-catching color; balanced composition; sharpness; correct exposure; and a host of other elements. An explanation of our judging criteria – used as a guideline during the voting process – follows. This article reveals some tips that can help anyone take some great pictures and win photo contests. Read the rest of this entry »

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