Monday, July 29, 2013

Five Bad Photography Habits

Let's face it: all people are creatures of habit, and photographers are no different.
By William Sawalich Published in Blog
Five Bad Photography Habits
Let's face it: all people are creatures of habit, and photographers are no different. It's often why we choose the camera equipment we do, or maybe even the camera settings and focal lengths we use when making pictures. Unfortunately, this also applies to bad habits as well—things like ignoring lens caps, cleaning lenses with your shirttails and changing lenses on your DSLR without concern for how dust and dirt may get inside the body. So here's a list, courtesy of the Lightstalking blog, of five bad photography habits we'd all do well to rid ourselves of. If you find yourself doing any of these things, may I suggest that you try to knock it off asap? Easier said than done, I know. But still, it's good to have goals. 

http://www.lightstalking.com/are-you-guilty-of-these-five-hard-photography-habits-to-break
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