One last technical issue is money. Color film costs more than black and white. It also costs more to develop and print. While shooting many photographs of a single subject is just as good an idea in color as in black and white, it is expensive. So, experiment to your heart's content at the start. Later, once your experience grows (and your wallet shrinks), you'll probably want to be more conservative. Try to make every shot count. Don't stop bracketing, but be careful not to waste color film on subjects that are only moderately interesting. Hold out for the really good stuff.

Student photograph by John Strange, Jr.

100 Photography Tips

100 Photography Tips

To begin with your career in photography at the right path, you need to gather more information about it first. Gathering information would provide you guidance on the right steps that you need to take. Researching can be done through the internet, talking to professional photographers, as well as reading some books about the subject. Get all the tips from the pros within this photography ebook.

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