20 Tips For Every Photographer

No Matter How Pro You Get, It’s Still a Passion Play

Photography is something that is a passion. Photography is perfected as you go. Always have fun and even when you get better try to have the passion.

Lighting Is Everything

Lighting is something that is important!! It is that brings the picture together before editing and fixing the picture.

Establish Your Own Compositional Rules

Composition is important because it brings the photo together.

It’s All in the Details

Details make a picture better. When there is a lot of details the eye has a lot of things to look at. It makes the picture interesting and ties it together.

Shoot like a Pro, Think like a Student

Always try to shoot your best work. Try to get as creative as possible.

Sometimes Auto Is Exactly What Is Needed

Auto is sometimes what is needed in the settings to make the quality well.

Read the Manual

Always make sure you know what the settings are first. Then go on from then.

Be Someone Else for a While

You don’t always have to be the photographer. You can always be in the picture with different characters.

You’re in RAW, Right?

RAW helps to know where you are going with your picture. Keeping it raw ensures you where your settings start and end.

Zen and the Art of Aperture, Shutter Speed and ISO

Shutter Speed and ISO are always important because it helps you see where you are at. If it gets blurry or the camera is shooting to slow check your ISO and or Shutter Speed.

Dear, Next Year photo students

High school is a good experience but can also suck at times. it will help you find yourself for the better. Teachers are going to fill you up with work, but their intentions are good. They want to be able to help their students succeed and see them grow both as scholars and people. You may think some teachers will hate you but that’s their way of showing how much they care about you. You are not going to understand everything that they teach you, but their job is to help you learn so do not be afraid to ask for help. It is always okay to feel like you don’t understand something because others may not understand as well. You may not find your crowd as quickly as others and that’s fine. In the beginning it might be a little hard to make friends in your classes, but it won’t be so hard don’t stress it, they will come in the most unexpected time. Losing friends might also happen but sometimes it happens for the best. In this photo class you will build a bond with both teacher and fellow classmates. This is a class that has very engaging activates which makes it more fun for students to come to class.  Every week you have about 3 new assignments that aren’t that hard. It makes it easier when you have Ms. Cauchons help. If you stay consistent with the work, it should not be hard whatsoever. Have fun in this class, try not to get so behind. Enjoy every moment because it goes by super quick!!

Buying A Digital Camera

Canon EOS R7 $1,700.00

-32.5MP APA-C CMOS Sensor

-Dual pixel CMOS AF II

-2.36m- Dot OLED EVF

-Sensor-Shift 5-Axis Image Stabilization

– RF -S 18-150mm f/3.5-6.3 IS STM Lens

-APS-C mirrorless R system, the EOS R7 combines performance and portability seamlessly. A 32.2MP CMOS sensor and DIGIC X processing, this camera gives a high-speed 30 fps shooting for sports photography.

I choose this camera because I have worked with it before, and it is a super lightweight. It gives you the ability to capture every moment effortlessly.


Artificial Intelligence is increasingly becoming a vital tool in photography, revolutionizing the way photographers capture and edit images. AI technologies are embedded in digital cameras and photo editing software, enabling features like facial and subject recognition, automatic exposure and contrast adjustment, noise reduction, and image sharpening.

The integration of AI in cameras has been around for some time, with functionalities such as red-eye correction being handled in real-time by the camera’s AI. This technology not only speeds up the workflow for photographers but also enhances the quality of the images. It is expected to introduce new features that will further assist in creating compelling photographs. The article from Adorama explores the various ways AI is used in photography and how it’s shaping the future of the field.

I find the AI feature particularly beneficial, especially when working with Photoshop. It’s incredibly useful for filling in missing background elements. AI proves to be a great in photography, as it can identify faces and automatically improve the quality of the images.