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Harness these 7 simple principles to jump start your photography:

1) Fill the frame
2) Simplify and exaggerate
3) Don’t center your subject
4) Create depth
5) Connect the dots
6) Perspective is EVERYTHING
7) Lighting is EVERYTHINGer

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Episode transcript:

Joshua Cripps is a renowned photographer living near Yosemite National Park in California.

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40 Replies to “7 Powerful Photography Tips for Amazing Photos”

  1. Olá sou Brasileira amo photograpya gostaria bastante de me aprofundar !!!
    Me pergunto tem algum Brasileiro (a) aqui????

  2. Amazin tips Joshua. We're in 2019 and all of these are still so relevant. Just love how you kept your video short and crisp unlike all other videos that have fluff. Great job!

  3. One of the very best and useful video for people who want to take better pictures. Presentation is very nice and simple to understand highlighting what is important.

    Contains very nice and easy to follow examples.

  4. one of the only good and to the point videos out there, all these other people try to grow their channel and put in some weird pseudo story in a video and just waste the time of the people watching

  5. nice tips but for the first one"fill the frame with what you want in the picture" i would say "and add 10% of what is around that.why?if you have to adjust your horizon(or horizontal/vertical line) you won't loose parts of what is important by adjusting.

  6. I suggest that, you better volume up your voice HAHA. So, keep up bro!. You're video? its really helpful! Thanks! Have a blast!.

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