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DIY Photography Ideas

Blogging about arts & crafts is really interesting. I am enjoying this journey from more than four years now! Creating, Capturing & Sharing art stuff is simply fun! then after some hard work, you are on the way to success definitely. You may notice one thing while stumbling random blogs, Every successful blog is sharing some good content with attractive photography clicks. While sharing DIY ideas & creativity, it’s really important to share better photographs.

Keep one thing in mind before reading this article, I am not a Pro in photography, some of my blog archives pictures are shamefully worst.haha. but now I am trying. Taking better pictures for blog is not a difficult task though, Just keep a few things in mind & you will see vivid difference! Today I will be sharing a few basics about taking photographs for blog, So it will be easy for beginners to capture random things nicely.

DIY Photography Ideas

photography tips for beginners

photography tips for beginners

As a DIY blogger, I mostly capture little crafty thingies which need to focus properly. Here are a few things I always keep in my mind while taking photography clicks..Let’s see How to improve photography skills with a little effort..

Background– Keep your image’s background plain & more likely white. White or black color background is always enhancing the product features!

Focus– Focus your object nicely, carefully handle the camera and hold the breath for a moment & click. Be sure to not to shiver your hands.

Natural Light– Outdoor photography is always coming up with great results. Day light helps a lot in capturing fine & proper clicks.

Object Placement– If an object is placed nicely, it will sure be giving good impression, don’t throw objects on board and click randomly. placement must be organized beautifully & in attractive way.

Photo Editing– No matter how good pixel camera you have, but a little bit of photography can make the whole image even more fine & good looking! I don’t mind recommending for Editing. Give it a try!

Here I am sharing a few examples, I hope it will be helping you in understanding well.

Day light is too good for Photography. For capturing any nature object like flowers, Focus on the thing you want to capture. You can see here I am capturing a rose bud, When the focus is fine, the rose is not blur & looking good. Leaves are just a little blur behind. On the other hand you can see bad focus in which the plant leaves are more visible & the flower is blur. Always keep the focus properly!

flower photography tips

flower photography tips

Now see the difference of natural light as compared to the indoor capture. Here is another Flower picture, as it’s not with plant so in the first picture its in the natural light. I keep the background plain for both clicks & natural light was good, So the flower is bright. On the other and a fresh pink flower is looking dull & rough.

photography tips tricks and ideas

photography tips tricks and ideas

Here is a hand crafted ceramic coffee mug! I place it near the window while the light was covering the one side of mug! light angles & direction are very important in photography. When the same mug was placed in room tube light, it was not so fine.

photography ideas for beginners

photography ideas for beginners

My paint brushes collection is pretty. I have got these from USA. Natural light and proper placement is making this good looking. isn’t it..?

fine art photography ideas and tips

fine art photography ideas and tips

Intricate objects like jewelry is one of the difficult thing to photograph. You can see the light exposure here! without any editing its alright totally.

jewelry objects photography

jewelry objects photography

Washi Tape rolls are focused here in good light & then the other picture is in indoor light with noise, shadow & blur.

objects photography

objects photography

After Photo Editing

Here you can see the edited version of the same images I have shared above. Let’s see the difference below..

objects photography

Paint Brushes

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Washi Tape Rolls

photography ideas editing tips tricks

Antique Jewelry Jhumka Earrings

flower photography ideas tips

Fresh Flower Photography

flower photography ideas tips

Rose Bud Flower Photography

Can you feel the difference in editing version & the original ones? Editing can spice up the whole picture but be careful otherwise over-editing can also make a picture miserable..

photography tips creative khadija

photography tips creative khadija

I hope my article will be helping you in taking better pictures! I am not a pro but I am learning & trying my best. Hopefully you will also be capturing well & will be having good results by keeping these simple points in mind!

You can also have a look at my previous Photography clicks. I hope you will enjoy. Feel free to follow me at instagram for some more random clicks & ideas.

Thank you!

Khadija Kiran

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31 Comments

  • Reply Monique U. (A Half-Baked Notion) January 11, 2015 at 5:48 pm

    Great, pointers Khadija :)

    • Reply Khadija's Creative Mind January 12, 2015 at 9:01 am

      Thank you Monique.. enjoy

  • Reply Gita January 12, 2015 at 7:10 am

    Hi,
    Thank u for these valuable tips. Wanted to know which editing software did u use.
    Also your Washi tape collection is wonderful. Where did u buy them from?

    • Reply Khadija's Creative Mind January 12, 2015 at 9:03 am

      Thanks! I use different apps and software but these are edited with iPiccy software.
      The washitape rolls I have got from Singapore last year..

  • Reply Jann Olson January 13, 2015 at 5:47 am

    Some really great tips! I am always working on trying to take better photos. Thanks for sharing with Share Your Cup.
    hugs,
    Jann

  • Reply Patricia Torres January 20, 2015 at 6:18 am

    Thats a lovely post.. Good tips too!!

  • Reply notyet100 January 27, 2015 at 12:24 pm

    That’s nice tutorial,..

  • Reply Treat and Trick March 1, 2015 at 1:58 am

    Very useful post, great for budding photographer…

  • Reply shumaila November 17, 2015 at 1:45 pm

    Very nice Khadija. These tips are very simple but they really make a big difference. Thanx for sharing.

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