These Photo Tips Will Make You The Next Instagram Star

Photo: Courtesy of A Beautiful Mess.
Happy weekend! We're sharing 20 photography tips and tricks with you today. These are great for beginners or professionals; there's something for everyone. Whether you're just starting out or have already started to explore photography as a career or hobby, these tips can be valuable for both your personal and professional life. Get ready to gain all of the Instagram followers.

Let's get started with these jumping-photo techniques. We love these.

Make your own photo filters with transparencies and your favorite colored markers.

These five tips will help you take the best photos of your home — whether you're using an iPhone or a DSLR camera. 

Often, those in-between moments are the best times to snap a photo. Use these tips for capturing emotion.

Learn how to personalize photos with your own handwriting.

Use Photoshop to alter the colors of your photos for each season

An iPhone camera remote is the perfect way to preserve a moment — if someone else isn't around to do it for you.
Photo: Courtesy of A Beautiful Mess.
We love our pets and photograph them all the time. Sometimes, it can be hard to get the best photo, especially with hyper dogs. Use these tips for pet photography to get the best shots.

You don't have to own a professional camera to take great photos; learn how to take awesome pics with your phone. These tips from Elsie are so helpful.

Some of the most beautiful photos are taken right before sunset. Learn how to use sun flares and backlights to your advantage.

It can be difficult to find the best lighting when taking outdoor photos. These tips will solve your natural-lighting woes.

Let's switch gears for a minute: Learn what not to do when taking photos. These are common mistakes that we've all made.

iPhone lenses are so much fun! You can really customize your photos and get creative with them.

Part of what makes our photo shoots so enjoyable is choosing the colorful scenes and cool buildings to serve as backdrops. Learn how to incorporate backgrounds for your best outfit photo yet.

What kind of tips or techniques would you like us to teach you in the future? Let us know in the comments!


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