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What Photography Skill Should You Build on Next?

Figure out what your strengths are in photography and build on them!

Quiz Questions

  • 1.
    When shooting in manual mode, you:
    • A.
      Consistently get properly exposed images.
      (Correlates to: Time to Nail Down Your Photography Style, Time to Tackle Light & Composition)
    • B.
      Struggle to understand the exposure triangle.
      (Correlates to: Time to Master Manual Mode)
    • C.
      Sometimes get well exposed images and sometimes have underexposed images.
      (Correlates to: Time to Nail Down Your Photography Style)
  • 2.
    What do you use for white balance?
    • A.
      Kelvins
      (Correlates to: Time to Nail Down Your Photography Style)
    • B.
      Camera Presets
      (Correlates to: Time to Master Manual Mode)
    • C.
      Gray Card
      (Correlates to: Time to Nail Down Your Photography Style)
    • D.
      I don't set my own white balance.
      (Correlates to: Time to Tackle Light & Composition)
  • 3.
    How do you feel about the light in your home?
    • A.
      I have amazing natural light and can find it in any room in my house.
      (Correlates to: Time to Nail Down Your Photography Style)
    • B.
      I have zero light in my house.
      (Correlates to: Time to Master Manual Mode, Time to Tackle Light & Composition)
    • C.
      I can only photograph in one room because the rest don't have great light.
      (Correlates to: Time to Nail Down Your Photography Style)
  • 4.
    Which composition guide do you use the most?
    • A.
      Rule of Thirds
      (Correlates to: Time to Nail Down Your Photography Style)
    • B.
      Leading Lines
      (Correlates to: Time to Master Manual Mode)
    • C.
      Framing
      (Correlates to: Time to Nail Down Your Photography Style)
    • D.
      Negative space
      (Correlates to: )
    • E.
      I just put my subject in the center.
      (Correlates to: Time to Tackle Light & Composition)
  • 5.
    I have been shooting in manual mode for...
    • A.
      I don't shoot in manual mode.
      (Correlates to: Time to Nail Down Your Photography Style)
    • B.
      Less than a year.
      (Correlates to: Time to Master Manual Mode)
    • C.
      More than a year.
      (Correlates to: Time to Nail Down Your Photography Style, Time to Tackle Light & Composition)
  • 6.
    When people look at my photos, they know right away that I took them.
    • A.
      Yes.
      (Correlates to: Time to Nail Down Your Photography Style, Time to Tackle Light & Composition)
    • B.
      No.
      (Correlates to: Time to Nail Down Your Photography Style, Time to Master Manual Mode)
  • 7.
    I can create consistent photos from camera to editing each time. 
    • A.
      Yes.
      (Correlates to: Time to Nail Down Your Photography Style)
    • B.
      Most of the time.
      (Correlates to: Time to Master Manual Mode, Time to Tackle Light & Composition)
    • C.
      No.
      (Correlates to: Time to Nail Down Your Photography Style)

Quiz Outcomes

  • 1.
    Time to Nail Down Your Photography Style
    Impressive! Having mastered manual mode, you have a strong foundation for photography, and have a firm understanding of how to use light and composition to tell your story.
  • 2.
    Time to Master Manual Mode
    Great job! You have a strong desire to understand your DSLR camera to photograph the life around you. While you know you have the creativity and ability to freeze the everyday moments, you just aren't getting consistent results when shooting in manual mode.
  • 3.
    Time to Tackle Light & Composition
    Way to go! You have a strong foundation with your knowledge of manual mode and you consistently capture well exposed images with the correct white balance. While you also know how to take a tack sharp image each and every time you pick up your camera.