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All content related to the digiphoto experience that takes place prior to pushing the button to capture an image

Don’t Get Fooled Again

Filed in Composition, Shoot by on March 9, 2013
Don’t Get Fooled Again

As you frame your image, keep in mind how much of the  image appears in the viewfinder. If the camera displays less than 100% of the captured image,  pay close attention to the edges of the frame and compensate for what is not showing in the viewfinder, but will be included on the captured image.

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Vision

Vision

  Do you have an area of photography that you want to develop? Do you have a type of subject you like to shoot? Do your have ideas or feelings you want to share in visually creative ways? What is that you want to express with your images? These are some of the questions you […]

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Composition

Composition

Every time we pick up a camera in to make a photo we are focusing our attention, and the attention of those who will view the image, on our selected subject. The subject is arranged within the boundaries of the photographic frame. Depending upon the subject and type of photography, we may have a split […]

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Shoot-Overview

Filed in Shoot by on December 7, 2012
Shoot-Overview

Learning to use a digital camera to take pictures can be very simple. The program setting and other pre-set modes for special shooting situations like parties, bight sun or sports makes it easy to take pictures technically good enough for most casual users. If people get interested in photography and want more control over how […]

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