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  • How To Take Better Photographs Of People By Andrew Hudson Of all the various subjects , people reliably make the best photographs. Nothing is more fascinating to us than other people. A good 'people' photograph shows character, emotion and a connection for the viewer. Here are some tips to help you take great shots of the people in your life. Subject Placement . The biggest mistake many photographers make is to try to shoot a person's whole body, head to toe. Don't attempt this, unless clothes are important (such as a uniform). Instead, focus on the face. The eyes and mouth are the most important features, so start there and work out until you have just enough to represent the individual(s). Crop tightly, and don't be afraid to overflow the frame with the person's face. Lighting . A standard lighting technique is to position yourself so the sun is behind you and to one side. This arrangement will shine light on the subject's face, while the slight angle will produce shadows to illuminate form. A better approach is to put your subject in a shady area with a shadowed background. Unlike the human eye, photographic film can't easily handle bright areas and dark shadows, as in direct sunlight, so use the shade for a narrow tonal range. Overcast days are usually best for portraits. Use the flash ('fill-flash' or 'daylight flash') to add light to the face and fill in shadows.
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Sharing "Appropriate" Digital Memories Sharing "Appropriate" Digital Memories Presentation Transcript

  • Sharing “Appropriate” Digital Memories
  • Agenda
    • Taking Good Digital Photos
    • Photo Sharing Do’s & Don’ts
    • Top Photo Sharing Sites
    • Which Site is Best for You?
  • Taking Good Digital Photos
  • What are the differences between these two photos?
  • So, how do you take good digital photos?
  • Pictures of People
    • Focus on the face not the whole body
    • Eyes and mouth show most emotion
    • Use the rule of thirds
  • Lighting
    • Sun should be behind you and to one side
    • Use shadowed background with ‘fill-flash’
    • Avoid bright light or extreme darkness
    • Morning / Evening
  • Digital Mode
    • Look for “Party” or “Automatic” mode to
    • catch more pictures
  • Photo Sharing Do’s & Don’ts
  • Now that you can take good photos, you want to share them too… Right?
  • Do Share…
  • Do Share photos that are…
    • Show you and others in a
    • positive light
    • Wholesome
    • Original
    • Fun
  • Just remember, some photos are better left unshared…
  • What about this one?
  • What about this one?
  • Don’t Share photos that are…
    • I nappropriate
    • Questionable
    • Explicit
    • Copyrighted
    • Unflattering
    • Of other people’s children
  • Rule of Thumb: When in doubt, don’t post it!
  • Avoid the embarrassment: Don’t let others take incriminating pictures of you & post them online!
  • Top Photo Sharing Sites
  • Do you know what the top photo sharing Web site is?
  • Take a guess.
  • Facebook Leads the Pack
  • Which Site is Best for You?
  • Facebook
    • More than 350 million
    • active users
    • More than 2.5 billion photos
    • uploaded to the site every month
    • More than 3.5 billion pieces of
    • content (including photo albums)
    • shared each week
    A social media site with photo sharing capabilities
  • Why Use Facebook to Share Photos?
    • Free
    • Ease of use
    • Others don’t have to have an account to view your photos
    • Album & photo protection settings
  • Flickr A site enabling you to store, sort, search and share your photos online
    • 5,282 uploads in the last minute
    • 160,129 things tagged with the word “morning”
    • 2.4 million things geotagged this month
  • Why Use Flickr to Share Photos?
  • Why Use Flickr to Share Photos (Cont.)
    • It’s free, easy to use, and others
    • don’t have to have an account to
    • view your photos
    • Stats (see how people are finding
    • your photos online and how many
    • views your photos have had)
    • The option to upgrade to a Pro
    • account for more features
    • Compatible with other social
    • media sites
  • Picasa A free Google download that helps you organize, edit and share your digital photos on the Web
  • Why Use Picasa to Share Photos?
    • Free & easy to use
    • Photo editing
    • Others don’t need an account to view
    • your photos
    • Design photo collages, video
    • slideshows, etc.
    • Optional account upgrades
    • Compatible with other social media sites
  • What About …?
  • What About…?
  • Need more help…
    • Download this power point at:
    • http://bit.ly/CyndeePPT
    • More classes:
    • http://bit.ly/CyndeeClass
  • Thank you!
    • Cyndee Woolley
    • (239)571-3174
    • [email_address]
    • www.LinkedIn.com/in/CyndeeWoolley
    • www.facebook.com/CyndeeWoolley
    • http://Twitter.com/cmwooll