7 Simple Photography Hacks to Help You Snap Like a Pro




Shutterflies everywhere have some new ways to turn their ordinary photos into extraordinary works of art.
Online magazine The Cooperative of Photography offered seven simple DIY tricks to upgrade your photographs — no expensive classes or fancy equipment required. From practical hacks like making your own diffused flash to creating more artistic filters on-the-go, shooting photos like a pro never seemed so easy.

Even if you're a beginner, you're well on your way to becoming a first-class photophile. Grab your camera and get snapping.
BONUS: 9 Tips for Taking Great Vacation Photos
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    1. Take a moment to line up your shot.

    Taking an extra minute to set up the perfect shot really pays off.
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    2. Take a step back, to capture the whole picture.

    Don't just take closeups. Take a moment to focus on all the beauty that's around you.
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    3. Break the rules.

    The rule of thirds doesn't always need to apply. Forget the rules, point your camera at the sun or try an angle you wouldn't normally.
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    4. Don't forget the group shot.

    Even when you're family is driving you crazy in the moment, you'll definitely regret not snapping a few shots of everyone in attendance.
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    5. But focus on individual people too.

    Landscapes can be boring, don't forget about the people.
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    6. Shake things up: Use an object to document the journey.

    Bring a toy or stuffed animal, and photograph them in various shots throughout your trip. This is an especially fun alternative to a million selfies when you're traveling solo.
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    7. Be sure to notice wildlife.

    Include all aspects of your trip, especially if there's exotic wildlife.
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    8. Capture the candid moments.

    Avoid staged photos, try and capture things as they're happening. But don't have your face stuck behind a camera or phone the whole time.
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    9. Use apps to enhance photos.

    This app called 360 Panorama gives your photos an entirely different perspective.
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