As photography is a form of art, there are no fixed rules on how you can get perfect photos. There are some tips which will on the other hand help to enhance your style of photography and you will be able to get good pictures regularly. Your subject may be nature, child or a pet you can try few of these suggestions when you take photographs next time.
Click from the level of the subject: If you are clicking a live subject, it will help to be at the eye-level before you click the shot. If you are clicking pets or children, this may make you kneel, squat, sit or maybe lie down to be at the same level of the subject. It is good fun to experiment clicking at different angles; it is possible to get better success if you look directly in the eye of the subject.
Click from a little closer: When you feel that you have set your shot, it is a good idea to take some steps near to the subject. You will be able to capture the details and emotions of the subject better if you are nearer and this adds an interesting angle to your photographs.
Ensure that the frame is full: Pictures become more interesting and powerful if your subject fills the frame. There are some photographers who err by being very far from the subject. It is a better option to zoom in close to the subject or maybe just go a little beyond the border of the photo frame in the view finder of your camera. This will let you see better expression and details as well as prevent the photograph being overshadowed by the background.
Keep an eye on the light: Light plays a very important role when you click any picture. After you are all ready to click a snap you must stop for a moment to check out the position of the sun and also ensure that no shadows are making the view murky. Your subject should not squint in the sun, nor should the light be so bright at the back of the subject that the subject starts looking dark in contrast.
Don’t shake your hands, be steady: You should ensure that the camera is steady when the photo is being clicked to avoid any blurry pictures. In case your hands shake while clicking snaps you can use a tripod.