This article will show you some very simple and easy to use beginner photography tips. When you follow these tips properly you will see a great improvement in your photos.Photography is absolutely amazing. You can capture anything with your digital camera. And to top it off, with new technologies you can edit photos and make them look like a totally different place.The first step for the beginner would be to learn how to compose great shots and how to improve technical skills as well. Photography is not all art, it is also skill oriented as well. If you lack in one area your photo will suffer greatly.Taking Great PhotosThe key to taking great photos is knowing where to stand, what angle looks right, and how to position your subject in the frame. One small change in any of these can turn an ugly photo into a very beautiful and captivating shot.One of the easiest ways to start improving your photos is by focusing in on the main subject your shooting. Make that the primary concern. I know that adding that beautiful flower a few feet away into the shot may seem to make it look better, but in reality it can make for a much more cluttered shot and detract from your main subject. If the flower points towards the main subject and leads then it can seem to work.Skills in PhotographyImproving your camera skills will also improve your photos. The more you know how to use your camera the more creative flexibility you will have. One very important skill you MUST have is focusing. If you have unfocused shots your photo cannot be fixed and is ruined forever.Another common mistake is under or over exposing. A lot of the time, for beginners, these problems happen because of the use of automatic mode. Automatic modes are getting much more advanced, however, they are not very reliable and can ruin great shots.For now on, you’re going to want to stay in Manual Mode. Focus the shots yourself, set the shutter speed if your camera lets you, use the aperture if your camera gives you that control. The more control your camera gives you, the more flexible you will be with your photos.