The difference between an amateur and a pro

Friday, August 18, 2017 2:21 pm

Leon Piper | Drive producer

Cameras are everywhere these days. Most of us have one on our phones that would be better than the one we carried around 10 years ago. In fact, it’s been estimated that over 1 trillion photos are taken each year.

With such a huge number of photographs being taken, there’s obviously going to be quite a gap in quality. Former amateur snapper Phillip Haumesser┬áhas spent the last two years working on his craft.

He shared these amazing comparisons between the every day photographer and a professional.

I know I’ll never look at barns the same way.

“Never work with children or animals” was clearly lost on the photographer.

Turns out if you can stop the kid from eating the flowers, you can get a pretty good shot.

This one is just cute.

Source: Bored Panda

 

 

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