Photography Inspiration! Ah, you elusive woman. always in the mood for a game of hide and seek. You elude me most of the time and yet when I give up all hope - you stare me in the face.
When you learn photography, it is easy to get bored of shooting the stuff that you usually do. You find that you have shot almost everything around you - at least, you think so!
I often look at movies as a source of inspiration or ideas to create a new photograph or explore a new style of photography.
Looking at the work of masters on top of their game is a great way to learn photography. I am not saying that all of us have access to spaceships and elaborate sets and lights.
But looking at movies and analysing their shots and frames can teach us a great deal about learning photography.
We can learn about composition
We can learn about contrasting colour
We can learn about taking close shots of everyday objects
We can learn about the use of dominant colours
We can learn about using coloured light to create a mood
Learn about putting friends in awkward poses to create an image
I do know the importance of inspiration when you learn photography but please don't go setting fire to people's houses in the quest for a good photograph.
Note:The images in this article have been taken from an article that originally appeared on Buzzfeed and was titled 129 of The Most Beautiful shots in Movie History by Daniel Dalton. Take a look at the original article if you want to see all the 129 frames. Clicking on any of the images will take you to the original article as well.
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