#AskMOTT Photography 101 Cheat Sheets

I created these quick and easy cheat sheets for all of you out there interested in expanding your photography skills.

Manual photography can be intimidating, but it doesn’t have to be. Sure, you can shoot on pure auto mode these days with your camera and things will look ok but you shouldn’t strive for just ok.

In order to take your creativity to the next level you need to understand the basics about photography such as ISO, aperture, and shutter speed.  Once you understand how they all work together your creative options are unlimited and I guarantee your photos will improve drastically.

Share these with your friends interested in photography and print them out and store them in your camera bag for when you go out.  Master your camera in manual mode and you too can shoot like a pro.

Check out more photography tips! Look for #AskMott across social channels and tag your posts with this hashtag to ask me any questions you have about being a better photographer


Justin Mott is an award-winning editorial, travel, and commercial photographer based in Vietnam for over a decade. 

He has shot over 100 assignments throughout Vietnam and Southeast Asia for the New York Times covering tragedy, travel, features, business, and historical moments.

His other notable editorial and commercial clients include TIME, Forbes, BBC, CNN, The Wall Street Journal, The Guardian, Conde Nast Traveler, NIKE, Microsoft, Intercontinental Hotels, Canon, Siemens, European Union, Red Cross,  Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, and the UN to name a few.

When he's not shooting Justin is also the resident photographer, co-host, and consulting producer on History Channel's reality TV show Photo Face-Off.

I'm available for assignments worldwide and for all genres of photography.

Commercial Photography and Video http://www.mottvisuals.com
Editorial Photography  http://www.justinmott.com
Photography Tips  http://www.askmott.com