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How to take a great picture

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Taking pictures is a great way to preserve memories. Here are some ways to make sure your photos are bright, in-focus, and beautiful.

Rated 0 points - posted 8 years ago by kris in category Other.
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Use a plain background Report Abuse
this will draw the focus toward the subjects
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Take photos on the subject’s level Report Abuse
don’t stand above or below
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Use a flash, even outdoors Report Abuse
this will brighten the pics
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Use the zoom feature Report Abuse
capture the moments with the zoom
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Make sure light is not causing glare Report Abuse
a glare can ruin the pics
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Make sure your subjects are not forced to squint Report Abuse
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Make sure you always have enough film, or a big enough SD card Report Abuse
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Know your flash’s range Report Abuse
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Read to manual to gain an understanding of how your camera works Report Abuse
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Play around with black & white, sepia, and other settings Report Abuse
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Hold the camera very still Report Abuse
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Try to avoid using a flash when indoors Report Abuse
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Try using a tripod Report Abuse
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Use a high ISO setting for moving objects and a low ISO setting for objects that are not moving Report Abuse
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Avoid taking indoor photos where overhead lights are present Report Abuse
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Get subjects to laugh or smile naturally Report Abuse
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Take some candid shots Report Abuse
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More is better; take more photos and you will have more good pictures to chose from Report Abuse
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Practice photographing people from different angles Report Abuse
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Explore your town and take pictures of anything interesting Report Abuse
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