When planning a shot, try to “frame” it. Sometimes, a natural frame is better than an artificial frame like wood or metal. Pay attention, and you can likely make a “natural frame” for the subject of your picture with neighboring elements. This is good for practicing composition. Don’t forget the little things you see when traveling, they might make an amazing photograph! While you might normally skip over these types of shots, you should consider whether or not you’d enjoy seeing it again when you are revisiting the photographs from your trip. Street signs, bus tickets and the currency of the country that you visit can make for great photographs and memories. Your photos should be edited by you. There are a ton of photo editing programs available. Select software that has a huge number of ways to post-process photos that are already on your computer. Make sure that it is simple to use.
Lithium batteries might be a bad idea for your camera, especially when you expect to take it traveling with you. Because of a fire risk in the event the lithium batteries become overheated, you cannot bring loose lithium batteries with you onto airplanes. However, if these batteries are already encased in your camera, they are allowed on board.
In outdoor photography, lighting is the most important element. There are several kinds of lighting mistakes, such as too much or too little light, that can prevent you from capturing that perfect shot. Try to keep the sun at your back, or place your subject in the shade. This will give you some of the best lighting, making for beautiful pictures.
There are a ton of amazing objects that are in and out of your house that will make outstanding photographs. Experimentation should not scare you. Use your camera to photograph whatever interests you.