If you’re posting on social media such as Instagram and Facebook, you are (knowingly or unknowingly) a content creator. Knowing what you’re best at or interested in is a great start to perfecting your photography skills. If you’re still unsure of which photography genre you’re most into, let us help with this infographic.
My Family, My Friends, and I
You have a reputation of being the family photographer, or the designated photographer for any friends’ gatherings. It is not because you own a camera, but more of the fact that you enjoy capturing moments that are worth sharing on social media.
Your goal: Portrait Photographer
To help you with that, we recommend these 10 tips to help you create the perfect family portraits.
Fashion is Everything
You love taking OOTD shots, and often ask your fashionable friends to pose in front of your camera, or loan them clothes to wear so you can create even more OOTD photos. As a fashion-forward individual, you follow fashion magazines such as Vogue and Elle, as well as fashion bloggers and Instagrammers online.
Your goal: Fashion Photographer
Let us inspire you with this makeup tutorial video created by the Canon EOS M100 mirrorless camera, or these five tips to shoot better photos for your online fashion store.
Big Cities and Boundless Landscapes
You love cities and nature. To get the best city shots, you sometimes venture up to a rooftop bar to capture the entire city skyline. When you’re in nature, you find the perfect vantage point to photograph scenes of pristine beaches and long bridges that fade gently into the rainforest.
Your goal: Landscape Photographer
Your Equipment: Canon PowerShot G1 X Mark III
We went to Mongolia with travel photographer Joseph Mak to bring you the best of the Mongolian landscapes.
The Wilderness and Those That Dwell Within
Safaris, nature reserves and zoos are your favourite places to go, and when you’re not patiently waiting in the wild, you love taking photos of your friends’ adorable pets.
Your goal: Wildlife Photographer
Check out these seven useful tips to help you with your wildlife photography.
Creativity is on the Streets
Exploring the streets is one of your favourite past times, and capturing strangers’ faces, their actions and moments give you immense satisfaction. You love photographers the likes of Henri Cartier-Bresson, Eric Kim, and Dave Krugman.
Your goal: Street Photographer
Learn how to frame your photos to create more visually arresting photos.
Food is Bae
Food… Glorious food! You enjoy looking through food-themed Instagram pages and follow famous food bloggers online. Whether it’s breakfast, lunch, dinner, or even a simple street snack, you never missing out on an opportunity to take a food shot.
Your goal: Food Photographer
Your Equipment: Canon PowerShot G7 X Mark II
Stand out from the crowd with these five tips to up your #Foodstagram game.
Whichever your style might be, pick up your camera and go take some photos, and if you'd like a copy of this infographic, you can download it here.
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