never heard any of that stuff biker. thanks so much, thats the kinda stuff I am looking for. info on how to shoot.Biker Scout said:Here's a couple of "Photo Hints" for ya... always try to get something in the foreground to establish depth. Especially with those grand scenery pics. Frame your shot so that only 1/3 of the sky or ground is at the top or bottom. (Rule of Thirds, I think it's called). Never center any subject in the middle of the shot. Some photograhers put a sticky dot over the center of their view screen.
Othwise, yeah... good eye. Keep shooting. Remember, professional photographers take hundreds of crap shots before they find one on the whole roll that makes it into National Geographic. Just keep increasing your odds for success!
What kind of camera are you using?