A photography related career that interests me is being a pet photographer. Some of the responsibilities are to plan the composition and maintain a professional portfolio. The average salary for a pet photographer in the United States is $38,506 a year.
And I would like to work in Texas because I have a friend who is a photographer over there. What mostly intrigues me is the sound of photographing various pets. The skills you must have are to be able to produce a pet photography portfolio along with understanding the basics of photo editing.
#1Automatic mode Tells the camera to choose the best settings depending on your surroundings. In short, the camera does the work for you.
#2Portrait mode When in portrait mode the camera will automatically select a large aperture. Portrait mode works best when photographing a single subject.
#3Macro mode is great for photographing small subjects like insect, flowers and other small objects. A tripod is not needed because of how small your depth of field is.
#4Landscape mode is the exact opposite of portrait mode because it sets the camera up with a small aperture.
#5Sports mode is used when photographing moving objects. It is ideal when shooting to freeze the action by increasing the shutter speed.
#6Night mode can be used to shoot in low light situations. it’s better to hold the camera with your hands to make the background blurry.
#7Movie mode records both video and sound. Its handy when shooting a subject that can’t be captured.
#8Appeture priority mode is a semi-automatic where you choose your aperture and other settings.
#9Shutter priority mode is similar to aperture priority mode but you select a shutter speed, and the camera does the rest.
#10Program mode is similar to auto but gives you some controls over certain features.
#11Manual mode gives you full control over your camera so you can take photos to your liking.