- August 8, 2013 at 5:22 am #4125martinbikashNew MemberJoin Date: Aug 2013Posts: 1Offline
Bigger f-stops allow you to get an entire landscape in focus, while a smaller f-stop will draw attention only to the center of your frame. In photography, it is very important to vary the amount of angles that you use on your subject. Shoot pictures from the front, side, and back, which will help to give you an elegant collage instead of just one angle. Move around as often as possible to optimize your results. Make sure you have a focal point for your photograph. This should be the first thing that the viewer's eye is drawn to. Whether it's a flower, a person, or a bird, every shot you take should have a specific focal point. Don't only think about what the focal point is, but figure out the best spot for it in the shot. When preparing to shoot, you should hold your camera close to your trunk and grip it firmly on the sides and bottom. The movement of the photographer will be captured in the pictures. By cradling the camera from below, it will help to prevent you from dropping the camera accidentally.
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- December 11, 2013 at 8:48 pm #4437naomisyNew MemberJoin Date: Oct 2013Posts: 10Offline
Thanks for the tips!
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