There are a couple of often-used axioms when it comes to speeding up our draw stroke and shooting: “Slow is smooth, smooth is fast” and “reduce motion to increase speed,” also known as “Conservation of Motion.” Both concepts are valid. It certainly makes sense that the fewer number of movements that you make and the less distance that you cover, the faster your action will be.
Whoever said “a picture is worth a thousand words” obviously hasn’t spent much time perusing the plethora of questionable gun photos on Instagram. From bad lighting and obstructed views to blurriness and weird angles, it seems like some of these photos were taken using first generation camera phone.
Fortunately, we’re here to help. In honor of our monthly #RangeDayFriday gun giveaways, we put together some tips to help your photos stand out from the crowd. Whether you’re looking to increase your number of likes or simply want a little help improving the gun and range photos you take with your smartphone, here’s what you need to know. Digital cameras have certainly made photography much easier than shooting film, but basic skills are still needed to get good pictures. Here’s a few tips to improve your photography.