How to Make a Moment Last Forever

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Learn how to capture and preserve special moments


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The beauty of photography is undoubtedly its ability to take you
back to a moment in time. Even years later, a single image can
bring memories to life in very real ways. Photographer Dan Milnor
knows this well. We caught up with him to learn how to capture and
preserve memorable moments through photography.
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01
What’s the best
first step to capture memorable moments?
Truly capturing moments requires a certain skill level with
photography that may take you a while to achieve. This is normal,
natural, and to be expected. Documenting real life takes practice.
Great photography is rare, regardless of advances in technology, so
developing your technique is important. Learning to anticipate,
learning to see the light, and getting comfortable with your
equipment.

02
Are there certain ingredients you watch for when looking for
moments?
In essence, we’re
talking about the building blocks of successful imagery. Light,
timing, and composition. In that order, and that order of
importance. Great light is essential, especially if
you’re able to
control timing, locations, etc. Timing is what REAL moments are
about. Here one second then gone forever. Composition, well,
that’s where your
practice comes in. Your composition, how you see and dissect the
world is native to you, and you must practice to find it. There are
many
“rulesâ€Â
to composition, but in my mind,
they’re guidelines
and all subject to being broken.

03
Are there steps I can take to help with preserving my
photographs?
Yes. First and foremost, develop a system and stick with it, so
that each and every time you return with new images
you’re not
wondering what to do with them, how
you’re going to
label them, and where to store them. Develop your plan and follow
it as precisely as you can. Prints and photo books are another
great way to preserve your images. Plus having yet another copy of
your best image is great, added protection.



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