Chapter Two. Locations


The best and most exciting shots (at least for me) are done on location. Use the location as a big prop, and remember that you can make a good shot in almost every location. Don’t think it has to be an expensive hotel room, or a big church with a stained glass window, or in another country. Although those places can make great photographs, the best locations are often close to your home or maybe even in your home. For example, you can go to a local auto junkyard and shoot for days on end without running out of ideas.


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