Photo Skill eBook - 100 Photography Tips - Utilize These Tips to Take Beautiful Pictures You'll Be Proud Of Forever! [NOOK Book]

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Buy different lenses and swap with a fellow photography enthusiast to save money.
Camera lenses are quite expensive these days; and, having a good number of them would offer you more when it comes to taking pictures. However, if you want to save on cost, then find a friend who has the same brand ...
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Photo Skill eBook - 100 Photography Tips - Utilize These Tips to Take Beautiful Pictures You'll Be Proud Of Forever!

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Overview

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Buy different lenses and swap with a fellow photography enthusiast to save money.
Camera lenses are quite expensive these days; and, having a good number of them would offer you more when it comes to taking pictures. However, if you want to save on cost, then find a friend who has the same brand of camera that you have. Aside from that, have an agreement with him in purchasing different lenses, so that you can simply swap lenses whenever you need to.

How to take pictures of fast moving or unpredictable subjects.
There are times when you want to capture an image or images of subjects that are erratic or moving fast. An example of this would be your pet dog playing around the garden. To make sure that you can capture a decent picture, simply make use of your cameras continuous shooting mode. With that, it would take a number of shots in just a second, which would give you the chance to catch a good shot.

Use your flash outdoors.
This idea may seem a bit funny for some. However, using your flash when you are taking pictures outside is actually a good idea. It is often referred to by professionals as fill flash. Using your flash outside can help light up your subject even on a sunny day, especially if the light is coming from behind them.

Reason to avoid the built in flash.
In using the built in flash of your camera, it can provide an undesirable effect to your subject. It can leave your subject with too much light. Thus, if you can save up some money, it is best to invest on a quality external flash. Pair it with a diffuser, and learn how to make use of them properly to obtain the best photo quality.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940016267371
  • Publisher: colin lian
  • Publication date: 3/10/2013
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 18
  • File size: 110 KB

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