|How does one develop the instinct of knowing when to press the shutter release button?
I developed this instinct during 14 years as a photographer in newspapers..
You just "feel" it.
By training yourself to see what is there and paying attention to what may come next.
when yopu see the shot or sometimes just before the shot to capture the shot.....blimey sounds like im on drugs!!!
Going from different angles with an eye on composition while not being afraid to try new things.
I think the instinct is always there, it has always been there. One can definitely improve that with practice but it has to be there from start.
It just comes form shooting a lot, it becomes an instinct. I wait for a certain feeling, and shoot.
That only comes with practice and patience...mistakes and habits...
I think it develops with time, practice and study. As a style develops one becomes more instinctive.
patience, looking at what goes on around you, getting to know the key people in a wedding and waiting for them to meet and embrace or kiss.
For me, it is instinctual.
Expose yourself to different situations and you get to learn when it is right to shoot!
i honestly couldn't tell you because i just see something and my finger just kinda moves with out me knowing it sometimes. it's mental connection i think with you and your camera and with the object you are looking at. If you dont have the connection your picture is just a picture nothing grand
When you realize "the worst I can do is not take a photo". Even a bad photo is worth something. You can learn from a bad photo, but you can't learn if you don't take a picture at all. Out of a hundred pictures, many aren't very good, but those many will help you learn.
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