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PostPosted: Fri Feb 04, 2011 4:47 pm 
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Framing the Perfect Background:

•Check out your camera's Landscape Mode, which minimizes the size of the lens opening and provides maximum sharpness for distant scenes.


•Advanced User: When composing your pictures, always have the horizon line near the top or bottom of the frame and avoid pictures where the horizon line cuts the scene in half.

In terms of composition placement, make sure the scene is off center, thus providing interest to the picture.

Give Yourself Room to Zoom:

•Photo Enthusiast: When shooting a picture always remember to stand a comfortable distance from your subject, especially when shooting close-ups. Rather than leaning in too close to the person you're shooting, stand back and zoom in for maximum impact and a clear shot. If you stand too close, not only will your photo be blurry, but your chances of having red-eye in the photo will increase.

Night Shots:

•Photo Enthusiast: Is it impossible to take good pictures in the dark? Absolutely not! Whether you're shooting fireworks on July 4th or snapping shots of your friends in front of the Eiffel Tower at night, try setting your camera to 'Night Mode,' which slows your camera's shutter speed, allowing for more light to enter the frame. This casts the perfect amount of light on both the subject of your photo and the memorable attraction behind it.

•Advanced User: If you want to shoot in the TV (Shutter Priority) mode, choose a slow shutter to streak the lights of moving cars. This will make an interesting nighttime effect.

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Interesting! I need to print this and put it in my camera bag. TFS :D

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alissa103 wrote:
Interesting! I need to print this and put it in my camera bag. TFS :D


ditto for me!


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oh yes I agree!

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