Photography is an excellent way to express creativity and lower the amount of stress you are experiencing. If you are a photography buff, you will learn to notice details in nature that others miss. A picture can say much about a subject, often more than words can really say.
Be quick when taking your pictures! If you dawdle, your subject may move away, the lighting might change or something else may ruin the shot that you have worked so hard to frame. A camera which allows you to make quick photos will give you the best results.
When you are taking photos of landscapes, create an appearance of depth. Get a sense of scale by having a person or object placed in the foreground. You can get decent focus on both foreground and background objects by using a small aperture setting: Something under f/8 with a standard digital camera or f/16 when using a full-frame SLR.
Keep your arms close to you while holding the camera, and position your hands on each side and the bottom of the camera. This will help create clear shots with less shaking. Holding the camera from the bottom and underneath the lens also helps prevent dropping your camera accidentally.
Choose your very best pictures if you are going to expose your work. Don’t show all your photos, or even too many images of similar subjects. Seeing the same things repeatedly can become boring. Always try to show new perspectives, and showcase various aspects of your talent with your photography.
Not everyone can take a picture, but everyone is able to enjoy one. By becoming a photographer, you can present memorable scenes to the world that might otherwise have gone unnoticed. Photography can be a great hobby that is very fulfilling. As previously mentioned, sharing your view of the world through photographs is, among other things, a stress reliever and an opportunity to stop and take stock for a moment.