In this post for Maynard’s photography tips, we are going to be talking about exploring a subject. There are plenty of times when our first shot is not the best shot, so we need to learn that it’s okay to shoot your subject from multiple angles and vantage points. This is what’s great about digital photography, you have nearly limitless film. When I first learned photography with a film camera you had 10 exposures or 24 exposures and you treated each one as if it were your last. I remember walking around looking for things to take photos of and then pausing and asking myself, was it worth one of my precious frames; thankfully those days are over. The point is, it’s OK to experiment, hell it is encouraged. If you need a refresher or you missed either of the first two articles you can check out the one regarding manual controls here, and taking your composition by the reins here.