Back when I first got into photography I would always shoot with my camera on “creative auto” (I thought I was doing something because it wasn’t just regular auto) but I was never really in full control of my images so I would often get a lot of mistake pictures. Even though this came out dope this wasn’t my intentions to get this motion blur. I didn’t know that I needed a faster shutter speed and being that my camera was in auto it was picking the setting it thought was best and it necessarily wasn’t. This is a big example of why @iamcharlieg
and I started the beginner photographer workshop so you can actually learn the basics of how to use a camera so you can get better images and not a bunch of mistakes (even though some mistakes come out great). We are having another work shop April 7th, 1pm-6pm so if you want to get into photography but google has you a bit apprehensive this workshop is perfect for you! Click the link in my bio for more info.