Good job! That said, there is a flood of information on the internet, which can be confusing to a beginner. The next few paragraphs detail some practical tips that will get you started in the exciting world of photography.
Keep the knowledge of the settings on your camera simple. Learn how to use your camera one feature at a time. Learn each one completely before moving on. This allows you to just focus on taking photos instead of messing with the camera functions so long that you miss out on the picture.
When selecting photographs to place on display or show to an audience, limit your choices to your very best images. Keep things fresh and not repetitive. Just because you took a photo does not mean you have to show it. You photos will not be interesting and hold your viewers attention if you do not mix things up and photograph different subject matter. Change it around a little; show different types of photographs.
Take pictures of strange and interesting things when you travel to a new place. While you might normally skip over these types of shots, you should consider whether or not you’d enjoy seeing it again when you are revisiting the photographs from your trip. Take pictures of street signs, strange products sold in stores or even small objects, like coins or bus tickets.
Take down notes on different experiments you perform while taking your photographs. When you look at your hundreds of shot, it could be difficult to remember where they were taken or your feelings at that time. Bring a notebook with you and write down a description of every photograph you take with the corresponding number.
After reading this article, you should have some new ideas to improve your own pictures. Refer to this article whenever you need a refresher or some new ideas. Just stick with it; with persistent you can turn your photography into an art form!