Friday, July 4, 2008

Photo Tips

We always wanted to get a good picture and best color. Here are some tips for you to have a nice outcome.

1. Use natural color light for nice result and for your advantage. To keep the eyes open , make sure your subject is behind the sun though its difficult to keep faces out of shadow this way. You can also shoot in the morning or evening when the sun isn't as harsh.

2. Use tripod.

3. If you're near water, include the surface of the lake/pool/ocean in the shot to capture some cool reflections.

4. Film a sequence of shots using burst mode, so you capture a series of pictures encompassing an explosion from start to finish.

5. When photographing action shots (like the annual three-legged race), planning is everything. Stake out a good position to frame your shot properly well in advance so you don't end up with a technically great and perfectly-exposed shot... of everyone's backside as they run away from you.

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