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What is your favourite subject for taking photos

I am hungry for anything that catches my eye that is clickable but on top of my list is the sunrise.  Our house is facing the East and being an early riser in fact earlier than the sun, I get to see the sun in its various avatars.  It does not stay in one place nor does it look the same every day. In fact it changes every moment.  I therefore have a feast choosing the best moments to click it. This was clicked yesterday early in the morning. I am in the process of creating a sunrise slideshow and shall post it when ready. 

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Baburra

I'm more into studio photography. I don't know what it is about outdoor photography but I've really grown to dislike it over the past few years. I think it's because people do too much of it and at this point I've seen enough pictures of beaches and sunsets and flowers, etc. I value studio and indoor photography a little more nowadays because I think it takes a lot more effort and you can tell the professionals a bit more from the amateurs when it comes to this, in my opinion.



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iamawriter

You have a point there when you say outdoors helps the photographer with great backgrounds unlike indoors where the photographer needs to put in a lot of effort. I have attempted indoor settings too and that is when I take photos of my flower arrangements and capturing several activities including parties.

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iamawriter

I am not quite clear when you say indoor photography. Could that be people posing for you indoors? Or the lay out of a house, the interiors and such settings? Can you upload a photo here, please?



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vinaya

I like doing outdoor photography more than indoor photography. When you are taking pictures indoor, all you have to think about is the light. You have to place the subject in the natural light source. If none is available, you can use reflector or light bulbs to enlighten your subject.
I think outdoor photography is more challenging, thus, more rewarding. You have to not only think about foreground and background but also timing and light. If the subject is moving, it is really difficult to get a good shot. One of the best things about outdoor photography is you explore different things, from wildlife photography to street photography.



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jeffreyjose48

I think my favorite subject in taking photos is a butterfly. I love butterflies. I have an experience of capturing in a photo a blue butterfly. I have seen already many kinds of butterfly. During that day I came to see that rare butterfly.

Then I got my phone and try to capture it. Then when it stopped flying and landed on the leaves of a flower I ran into the place and try not to scare the butterfly. I got lucky and have gotten a picture of the butterfly from my phone. That picture I made as a wallpaper of my phone.



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jeffreyjose48

Nature is my favorite subject for taking photos. I would like to take pictures of mountains. I also would like to capture seas in my camera.



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jeffreyjose48

Taking pictures of cars or automobiles could be great. i like taking pictures of cars. Last Saturday I went to a mall. Inside the mall was a sports car being displayed. It was a top down car.



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Kakashi2020

People are very good subjects. Every person has that one perfect angle in which he would look good in. Catching that angle is always the hard part but it's well worth it.



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kammy143

I like taking pictures of architectural structures. Buildings, bridges, houses and like you, anything that catches my eye. My friends always laughs at me because when we go out on a trip or whenever I go on a travel, there would be more pictures of things that caught my attention instead of me posing with it. I think, based on a lot of instagram accounts that I viewed, a lot of the young generation really put extra effort in taking unique and good pictures. For me, I believe that that is a good thing.



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iamawriter

Most photographers are like you. They are forever on the look out for captures. I have a lot of interest and as I said in my post sunrise fascinates me and so also what happens in my garden. I click photos of guests that spend time with us. My camera folder is busting at the seams.



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kammy143

It's so nice to know that there are some people that I could relate with here. I do like taking pictures depending on the time of day. Sunrise and sunsets are great when it comes to taking pictures with dramatic value. I hope to hear more from you and your endeavors. Good day and God bless.



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iamawriter

Since our house is facing the East we get to see the sun in its various avatars. It also shifts position as the earth rotates. It sometimes comes to have breakfast with us and sometimes relaxes with us in the living roomWhat is your favourite subject for taking photos



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keen2write

I know what you mean I use to take photos of Bridges and old buildings which I have sold the photos in the past and made money from. I may start doing it again.



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jeffreyjose48

I am interested also on taking pictures with these architectural structures. I like to see developments in our city and country. its good to compare photos fo development by year. I like skyline photos.



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Soulwatcher

I really like nature photos and I could spend hours in the park taking photographs. I don't have any training in photography but I do a pretty good job of taking pictures. We have three local parks near me that are within a 20-mile radius and in the summer I like to visit them a lot and I always spend hours in the parks when I go.

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Barida

This is really nice in the sense that nature photos always have my fantasy as well which is good. I always want to have those type of pictures in my house as well for it makes me feel closer to nature.



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iamawriter

That is a good photo. Which location was this?

Sky is the limit for taking nature photos and if one has a passion for travel like I have it is better to have many memory cards tucked in one's luggage.. I always say beauty lies in the eyes of a photographer.



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Tronia

That's so pretty! I actually reminds me of our park as well. We have this huge pond right in the middle of the park then walking paths all around. It's breathtaking and I try to go at least a few times per month. Me and my partner take old bread and feed the little ducks and birds.

I have quite many pictures that are similar to yours.



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aeon

Me too, I like the nature as my subject. Specially the beaches and rock formations. I also like the clouds formation, it's looks like an abstract painting for me. Sometimes some flowers or even a small grass in the city because I think it's really hard to see that right now, specially on the roads or some streets.



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iamawriter

I am fortunate in that I have created a natural setting around my house that has several fruit trees, flowering trees and bushes. The bird bath attracts birds and so does the setting around. Our house faces the East and so there is no dearth of sunrise photos. as well.



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EfficientNinja

This reminds me of the time I went to Disney Land with my family. I took some great photos with my family. I wish we could visit other Disney parks around the world. What is your favourite subject for taking photos



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Adesuwa08

I love the whole out door photography, I get to feel strengthened through it especially when it has to do with wildlife and green pastures clicks. I like those kind od views it makes me have hope in mother nature again, with faith in humanity.



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iamawriter

When you say outdoor photography surely you must be creating situations that provide you opportunities for outdoor photography.Where do you hang around? I have a garden loaded with fruit trees, and other garden artifacts. The birds are the regular visitors that come to eat fruit and bathe in the bird bath. There is not a day that I do not click.



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Barida

Hi, Adesuwa08

it's really good to notice that you like wild life picture for I've got a sister that feel okay following NatGeo channel that connects wild life activities and all that.



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saquif

I love insects and Any colorful things for photography.



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Tronia

I love taking pictures of anything that catches my interest and my eyes but I guess my favorite would have to be just nature itself. I can't help it but be amazed how beautiful some things are such as flowers, trees, the sun, the stars, ... Those very basic elements that surround us every single day are what I take the pictures of most often.

I hate taking pictures of myself though. I'm not a selfie person.



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iamawriter

Would you have any photos to share? When you say nature is it flora or fauna? We have peacocks visiting our garden and I have clicked quite a few of their photos. Here is oneWhat is your favourite subject for taking photos



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Rumu

I did a course on photojournalism during my schooling days and have love taking pictures ever since then.

Am not professionally working pictures but I do love to take one or two every now and then when i have the chance and urge to do so. Mu favourite theme and types of pictures taken are generally on life itself. I take pictures of abandoned neighbourhoods, dirty and littered streets, the homeless and other similar scenes of that nature.

PLEASE DON'T CALL ME WEIRD.



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iamawriter

To each their own I guess weird or not (lol) Your choice of pictures could look artistic. After all beauty lies in the eyes of a photographer and ofcourse the proverbial 'beholder' I do that sometimes. Here is an image of a dead bark adjacent to some new growth.
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kammy143

I don't think it's weird at all. For me, those kind of pictures tells a lot about the place, the photo and the photographer. In these kind of pictures you'll see a lot of artistry and heart. I hope that you continue exploring photography. I for one would like to see a sample of your work.



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vinaya

I call myself a hobbyist photographer. I don't have any formal photography training and I learned photography through trial and error. I was introduced to photography when I was a sixth grader. My journalist father bought a professional camera for his news reporting work and he let me take pictures. It was a manual camera. My first lesson was how to work with focus.
I do not want to boost my skills but they say I take good pictures. My favorite subjects are people. I like to do portrait photography. Street photography is also my interest



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iamawriter

What I have understood is if one has a passion for photography there is no need to attend any courses. And also today's cameras are the aim and shoot that take care of the nitty gritty Having said that the eye of the photographer needs to be focused if they want what they are looking for.



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vinaya

It is true that you can explore photography even if you do not attend photography courses as these days digital cameras have made it easier to take pictures, you can even correct your photos with image editing programs. However, if you want to perfect your skills you should attend photography courses and workshops. You need a proper camera, a DSLR, and know how to operate your camera. You also need to invest in equipment such as the lens, tripods etc.



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tiffiecute

Photography was one of my major subjects way back College. One thing I learned, you have the freedom to choose your own subject as long as there is art and sense it in. I remember during m finals, the picture I chose to submit was my own pet- a white cat. I took a shot wherein my pet will showcase something any viewer would really appreciate. I made sure it was artistic by putting it in a seductive position and the cats' eyes would really sparkle.



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iamawriter

I have settled down to flowers, plants, fruits, trees, and sunrises as they are there right where I live. I have clicked photos of parties that I have organised for the less privileged but being in it taking pictures and seeing to the party per se never works out well. I depend on other photographers and their choice never pleases me.



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kammy143

I took this picture last year. This is simple, but, one of my favorite pictures. Though I like taking pictures of big structures, I also like taking pictures of things that catches my attention. I love it when the picture shows vibrant colors and has a somewhat dramatic effect. May it be through lighting, blurred background, converting pictures to black and white, I love a dramatic effect in pictures. These are the elements which I think helps tell a story or gives character to the picture.



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TheArticulate

I take pictures of people. It's really not too hard to find someone to throw in front of a camera and snap a picture though, so when I take pictures of people, I try and make my photos stand out in specific ways. I'll put something in the foreground of the image, usually in front of the model's face to create a little mystery:

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Or I'll shoot after dark with neon lights to illuminate my scene. This creates rich, vibrant colors that draw people's eye to the image:

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And I'm always on the lookout for models that have character. I love people with unique piercings and tattoos:

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kammy143

Wow! Your are great. I really like the fact that you use props which really help in making the main focus more appealing and noticeable. Also the lighting is really well done, I like the drama it creates which adds character to the photos.



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TheArticulate

Lighting is such a huge element of photography! That's why I like shooting with neon lights so much. A lot of photographers in my area absolutely hate shooting after dark because they like the natural sunlight during the day. I've found that if you know what you're doing, it's not that hard to shoot after dark and get stunning images, which has kind of become my niche in my local scene!



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kammy143

It is nice to hear that you are doing well in your craft. I just wish that I would have the same luck as you have. I like experimenting with photography now a days and it has been doing well. I would like to learn more about lighting and photograph techniques. I would admit that I still have a lot to learn and I will work hard to achieve that. By the way, what kind of lighting do you use when shooting at night time?



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TheArticulate

Thank you! And believe me, I still have a ton to learn too, but if you just keep shooting and asking questions, you'll find your style and improve by leaps and bounds.

I'll tell you my secrets for shooting at night: I use what light is available, and I have a couple props that I like to use as well to create light sources. Some night after it's dark out, get in your car and take a drive around your town. Keep your eye out on businesses and building to see if there are any cool light sources you can use for photos.

You can use almost anything, like the sign at a tattoo shop:
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I'll look for neon lights at business like this one at my local "Hot Spring Spa". Since I was shooting with the main light source behind my model for this picture, and I didn't want it to be a silhouette like the tattoo shop picture, I used fairy lights to illuminate her face:
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You can buy a string of fairly lights for about $10 or so on Amazon, and they're a great investment if you're wanting to shoot at dusk for after dark. You can get playful with them, too. I've bought lanterns and things and stuffed them in there to get a different vibe for photos too:
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So just keep shooting and trying new things and you'll grow as a photographer. That's what happened to me! I'd love to see your work, too!



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leeyong88

I like stolen pictures of people doing their normal job or routine every day. It gives me a positive feeling capturing real emotions and reactions of people, especially those happy ones. I feel like affected by it and makes me think the world is indeed very beautiful. They seem to be very inspiring and really touches my heart most of the times.



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Judas2018

Pictures of regular people going about their daily routines are really good shots for establishing normalcy in a society that can at times, seem chaotic or shallow.



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ballyhara

I've seen this tendency on photography getting more relevant. Basically, we have been taught to pose for a picture, since we're kids everybody is like... smile, do this, do that. But nowadays, pictures are getting more focused into a day by day action, to catch simple movements, things that are so regular to our eyes, that we don't pay the proper attention about.



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kammy143

I do believe that stolen shots does really tell raw stories when it comes to photography. Now a days there are many of these type of photos. I really do not like forced poses because it comes out a bit awkward.



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TheArticulate

Sounds like you have an interest in street photography, which is super cool! I love how street photographers are able to catch people doing their everyday routine in such a natural manner. It has such a human nature to it, and it seems so pure and natural.



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ballyhara

I'm more into outdoor pictures, specially the ones with natural artistic spots like waterfalls, lagoons, peaks, pines. Also, I like to include kids and pets on spontaneous shots, like when they're playing, jumping, swimming. My family always insist a lot about taking pictures on family reunions, but that's not my favorite moment or place, because I rather catch them when they're having fun outdoors.



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Martinsx1

What is your favourite subject for taking photosI love pictures with natural settings, I have a sense of attachment to such pictures. Trees, earth, buildings, water, birds etc. They all makes never get tired of snapping anytime I'm free to click the camera. I just took this picture few moments ago. How good is it?



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Kakashi2020

I'm a food and events blogger so I like taking pictures of local dishes and comfort foods. In the events that I'm invited to, I usually take pictures of the food they served.

When Im traveling I go out of my way to interview people to ask whats the specialty of that region or city and which place offers the best food. I go there and snap a couple of good photos of the food ive ordered. The good thing about doing this is its fun and with all the photos it makes content writing easier.



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ballyhara

This is a very yummy subject hahaha. Well, that's super important, because if you want to promote a restaurant, dinner, coffee place, for sure you want all the food and drinks look amazing on pictures, so that way people feel dragged to your place. In fact, that has happened to me, I check a new place on Instagram, and if the desserts or food in general looks yummy, then for sure I want to go there and taste it.



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Judas2018

Heh, I am guilty of this also. If I am thinking of visiting a restaurant I haven't been to before, usually I can be persuaded by their gallery of food and drinks posted on their social media or in the window or marquee, of their establishment.



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treecko142

I love to do this since I also love food, and I want to explore and experience different dishes of various cultures.



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DenisP

Nature photography is what I'm all about. Be it flowers, animals, trees; if it is natural, I have pointed my camera at it. I feel like every leaf, every petal, every tiny creature on this planet is a work of art in and of itself. Capturing it on camera allows me to enjoy the intricate details of nature in ways that I normally couldn't. Just yesterday I took these pictures of a bird using a homemade bird feeder I put up. What is your favourite subject for taking photos



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anahbello1206

For me it would be the people. I like taking pictures of humanity, showing different expressions, emotions, situations and scenario. I think that a single picture which has a thousand words can help shape the world that we know today.



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treecko142

I'm a biologist by trade, so my favorite subject is nature. There's something special about taking photos of wildlife in their natural habitat, and is also more challenging especially for animals because you have to wait for the perfect moment to take the picture.



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DenisP

I'm not a biologist myself, but I have a huge appreciation for nature, so I definitely understand where you're coming from! I love capturing moments in nature that you typically might not pick up on with just the naked eye. Things like macro photography of very small plants, or capturing a bird while it is in mid-flight. Moments like those are about as close as you'll get to real magic for me.



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treecko142

Yeah! Also there is a lot of photography in biology, mainly for documentation. I remembered one of my classes had us go up mountains just to take pictures of mosses and ferns, lol.



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DenisP

Well I would assume documenting local flora and fauna is kind of an important part of being a biologist, no? I've taken mandatory biology classes while I was in college, but truth be told that I don't really have any real clue as to what the majority of biologists do. I just know that by definition it is the study of living organisms, haha. So as a direct result of that, I assume that there is a lot of looking at plants and wildlife.



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Martinsx1

I would love to get a couple of wild animals shots myself but it's definitely going to be an impossible task for me. Not that I cannot visit the zoo and snap them but I prefer getting to take a picture of them while they are in the wild and not in a caged zoo. When I watch on animal planet and discovery Channels on DSTV, it gives me lots of thrills see people taking animal pictures.



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treecko142

Yeah, part of the challenge is also having some knowledge of the animal's behavior in the wild, especially when dealing with the more aggressive animals.



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Jral14

My subject always vary depending on my mood or on the weather. If the weather is bad, I usually shoot portraits in indoor. If the weather is cloudy, I consider landscape photography. If the weather is sunny, I prefer both landscapes and portraits. When the sun already hide from the clouds and it started to dim, I do long exposure shots. I don't have any favorite subjects when taking a photo. Whenever I feel that the subject is best, I capture it.



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Kakashi2020

I like taking pictures of Dogs, where you could capture their emotions. Sometimes I also use cats as my subject. But my favorite are dogs when it comes to pet subjects.



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Martinsx1

Once in a while, I do snap my dog alone just to watch the sorry look on his face like what am I doing snapping him (lol). I can remember one particular time when I tried taking pictures of him and he simply couldn't stay still so I can capture him. It was as he didn't want me to take a picture of him alone that particular day, so what I did was come cuddle with him and get a selfie.



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Kakashi2020

It's better if you give him something to eat and drink first, what happens is he'll be easier to work with and he won't move a lot too, making it easier for you to take a good shot.



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Rumu

That's a good pick I guess. I like seeing pictures of animals being taking. They so cute and appealing appealing to me. But I doubt I'll ever have the patience to undergo such task as am certain it will be a difficult one since since ts animals your working with.



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Kakashi2020

I also like taking photos of the sunrise and the sunset along with a good seaside or coast line view. Also sometimes when the moon is full I go to a nice overlooking spot and take pictures of it overlooking the city. It's a good feel capturing the warmth of the sun and the coolness of the moon.



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aeon

I like it too, and it's very challenging to explain the difference of your sunset photo to others photographers, because we all know a lot of photographer also amaze to the beauty of sunset.



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Kakashi2020

Taking photos of Churches during the Christmas season is also a good way of practicing one skills in photography. Decades ago a friend in the printing industry called me for some help he needs new photos of 12 different Catholic churches he will use it to make several kinds of wall calendars. Here it's a custom for businesses and establishments to give out wall calendars before the year comes to an end. Usually after Christmas up to the first week of the new year. A big calendar being given away to friends, customer and clients means the company had good profits for that year. If an establishment doesn't give out one it means the business is not doing good. I got the job to take pictures and it was already the first week of December so I hurriedly went to 12 major churches and finished the project in a week.
It was a fun experience for me the churches where adorned with lights and festive ornaments. It was a sight to see specially at nighttime.



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edencaga

What I like the most is a person, lovers,family or group of friends under the sunset. A silhouette effect is what I love the most. For me sunset is something that creates romantic or dramatic scene. It's very dramatic and a romantic way to show a feeling or too express action. Even if the subject your trying to focus has very low detail, a not so clear as what you see from other people's faces when you are with them. Even if you can't see their moods of expressions on their faces but the whole body, the human shape that creates the movement and the action while the sun is going down creates a wonderful effect because the contrast is high as well as the brightness from the natural sunlight which gives you a cool scenery and creates a dramatic effect of the settings.



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Rumu

First of all I'll like say "Wow", that's a very beautiful picture I must admit.

Am not a professional photographer neither am I into any format of photography. But But if ever I did, my favorite topic or scene for taking pictures will definitely be outdoor scenes, I'll like to take pictures of the streets, especially at night.



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aeon

The environment for me, most of the time natures. I really love take a picture to the normal formation of natures, I love how the beautiful natures developed for long years without the help of human, and some unusual things around the environment. like the single flower in the middle of the city,



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Kakashi2020

My favorite subject during the holiday season is Outdoor and Indoor Christmas Displays. I love taking pictures of anything that represents the Christmas Tradition because it's very uplifting and it gives me this wonderful cool feeling and besides it's very colorful and it's really nice to share Christmas inspired pictures.



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fishbate

I love scenery and nature, capturing nature at it's finest is one thing i admire and a passion. Somethings are beautiful untouched and innocent. Every time that i go on a vacation or just travel, i always see to it that i bring that experience to me thru a photo or something to remember the place. The experience can never be the same, a photo on the other hand gives me a flashback of the feeling.


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treecko142

It's always a great idea to take photos when traveling to new places. Your memory of the trip will always be in your mind so some may argue that you don't need to take photos, but you rarely think about your past trips except when you see an old photo which reminds you of the good times.



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Kakashi2020

Flowers like Roses, Carnations and Orchids are good photography subjects. These are best for outdoor shoots where it blends with nature. Flowers are also good in accentuating any subject, because it's highly noticeable and people do appreciate flowers.



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EfficientNinja

I am a beginner in photography. I like to take pictures of city and nature landscapes. I do it during my travels with my family. Even though I am not that good yet, I think I take some decent looking pictures.



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Steve5

Random themes can also give your pictures a splendid quality. Life is all about the unexpected. You can further emphasize this feature by integrating unity through color palettes and shapes. I'm sure we'll think of something awesome if we give our minds enough creative space.



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Kakashi2020

Fiestas are a great subject since each photo is always composed of a number of people making each photo interesting. When taking photos of Fiestas it always ends up as being colorful because of the decorations and adornments and the happiness of the people could be felt through the photo.



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aecel

Right now I’m fond of taking pictures of food and pets. When I go outside and eat in a restaurant I'll take some pictures of my food before going to eat. I also love taking pictures of my pets I have one cat and three dogs. When my pets are sleeping I'm taking advantage of it to take some pictures they're a bit of camera shy so I'll grab the opportunity to take a picture.



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mdayrit

I like to take snaps of places I find beautiful. But I don't really see that I am good in doing it. Doesn't do justice on how beautiful a place is. Usually, the photos I took turns out ordinary. I think I do best in taking pictures of my kids as well as items that I sell in my online shop. Pictures look more special and not so amateur.



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clairmatin

I hate taking selfies! But I adore taking pictures of landscapes. I live in a small town surrounded by mountains. We have dunes of sand, trees and lakes. We probably have everything here and it's fascinating! Especially when it snows, it creates a beautiful sight when snow is all over the sand. I also love taking pictures of old abandoned places. Old churches and houses trigger me What is your favourite subject for taking photos



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treecko142

Same, I don't understand the appeal of selfies and why people want to post pictures of their faces all day long. Landscapes are a great subject for photography, you just have to look for really good places to take one.



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clairmatin

Exactly. I don't understand why people are obsessed with taking selfies every 5 minutes. There are months where I don't even take one single picture. I don't think a picture of my face is that necessary, but maybe I'm wrong, lol!



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jennyfermanuel

Everything beautiful is my favorite. Just random beauty of the nature and of the people around me. As long as you are passionate about it, you will get good results. Just go out and witness all the beauty around us. There are millions of beauty to use as a subject for photography. What is your favourite subject for taking photosWhat is your favourite subject for taking photos



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treecko142

Same, sometimes I just have my phone or camera ready when I see a random beautiful object on the street or when I'm traveling, and those unplanned shots of beauty are just the best.



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jennyfermanuel

I agree. Don't waste any chance of capturing the beauty that surrounds you. Nothing lasts forever, who knows whether the beauty you see today still exist tomorrow. And yes, most of the time, unplanned shots are the best What is your favourite subject for taking photos



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ChristineOh

I mostly taking pictures of flowers and anything that involves nature. It's helps me to relax and feel good. Watching those pictures that I took makes me happy. I always encounter an extreme feeling of excitement everytime that I'm doing photography. I also have some stolen shots of my friends.



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ChristineOh

I took this photo when I'm on a travel. We decided to stop for a while just to take some pictures of this breathtaking view. It looks dramatic for me. This is a nice place to relax and to be free to our stressful world even in a small period of time.

PS. I'm not a professional photographer.
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lei08pineda

I am not a professional, I am just an ordinary person but I think the best subject for taking photos are human. I am always taking photos of my children. And I also find it fascinating when i saw some pictures of people who are so happy. I feel like the world is still good and despite of all the problems and struggles, we can still overcome and be happy. I also want to look at pictures of old couples being together. It was just so lovely.



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Chinet23

Same here. I like to look at photos with emotions attach to those. Couples both young and old catch my attention. That's why I'm fond of looking at pre nup photos beautifully shot. I like candid shots of children as well and ofcourse the little cuddly babies. Nature on its own is already awesome so I think that it doesn't take great skills. But to capture the emotions especially from candid shots I think can only be done by a pro.



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cmoneyspinner

I am not a photographer. But I love photos of flowers and birds.



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cmoneyspinner

Well, I have to do an update on this response. Now that it's December and officially the holiday season, I am going to be on the lookout for lovely winter photos and Christmas pictures. Illustrations or photographs. It's all good.

What is your favourite subject for taking photos



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Therese16

I love capturing candid smiles and laughs of little children. It is so innocent and pure happiness from the heart. I love the honesty of their smiles and when you take their pictures you capture the happiness they feel. Such a warm feeling that creates and gives positivity when you take their pictures, it seems that it radiates the feeling to the lenses towards you.



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jayjaydimson

Since I have a motorcycle, it will be my subject on every photo that I will take.



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mirodge

Nature is the best subject in photography you will never get bored with natures amazing beauty. The trees and mountains, give life in your master piece. The clouds and flying birds in the sky will give your mind a peaceful thoughts. While the sunrise & sunset will make you fall in love and reminisce the past and looking forward for a brighter future. I had my few experienced in climbing mountains. Been there on top was like a one way ticket to heaven.



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sonnyisabeast

Nature is a very irresistible subject for photography. But I am also fascinated with modern buildings and structures. It's nice to take a walk in the middle of the city center one nice afernoon or early morning, when the sun is just rising, and click away. My pet peeves are insects or small animals in nature, a bee collecting pollen on a flower. Butterflies, ladybugs, and other colorful creep crawlies.



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kaushikangara

For me, it is nature. I love taking photographs early in the morning when nature is at its very best. I love the lush green fields, the never ending water, the blazing hot sun and the deep forests. I love hiking and trekking and when I go out on trips, I make sure to capture beautiful photographs. I also like capturing the rain and the snow. I am slowly making photography my hobby and I am loving it every moment.



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Kakashi2020

Christmas Amusement Parks with all the festive lighting and decorations are good photo subjects. It's great because of the different rides that can be seen in one photograph.



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