The basic rule is very simple: always use the lowest number you can. ISO 100 will give you the best clarity and saturation with the least amount of noise. You want to go in the shade, inside, or to a concert? Lets keep talking…
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The idea of the photo hike is to bring together like minded people in a setting where they can practice new techniques and get questions answered about their cameras and images. There is no pressure to produce anything, just to have a good time and hopefully learn something new.
Often when taking a picture we focus on what is in the foreground of the picture , usually the person or thing we are photographing (our main subject). Yet it is essential in creating a professional looking photograph, to always be aware of what is happening in the background and where you are placing the subject in relationship to the scene. Read on to learn a few methods used to achieve this look.
This year make your family portraits something to remember! Why not consider stepping away from the traditional? Make this year’s holiday portrait unique by following these 3 simple steps:
There are lots of articles on the web focusing on cameras, lens, flashes and other “big picture” issues related to photography. Not as many people focus on the little things that are just as important such as batteries and memory cards. Today, I’m going to talk about these little things, because without them, we would have no pictures.
If you are looking for a simple way to greatly improve your photographs, this is it. Turn off your flash, and use a window!
Its always nice to see photos from our past and imagine our ancestors’ lives. I was so pleased when this photograph was brought to me for restoration, because it is obviously a family heirloom.
Tips on how to improve your personal images. I’m addressing this response to the photo enthusiast: if you want to get more out of your camera than snap shots, read on. If you follow my guidelines below, you will find the perfect camera for you.