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Better Pictures Presentation

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General tips for beginning photographers, followed by review of World Press 2011 Photos of the Year.

General tips for beginning photographers, followed by review of World Press 2011 Photos of the Year.

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  • Fill the frame, symetry/patterns
  • Fill the frame, symetry/patterns
  • Front, side, behind, bright, shade, indoor, night, white balance
  • Elbows in, form a tripod with your arms. Better yet, use a tripod.
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    • 1. Making Better Pictures
    • 2. You’re a photographer nowThink rule of thirdsBe aware of lightHold your cameraproperlyFocus & expose for whatyou wantExperiment withperspective, high-low, etc.Pick a lineIf you want to get better, shoot moreA lot more
    • 3. The Rule of Thirds
    • 4. Symmetry, patterns
    • 5. Where’s the light?
    • 6. Hold it
    • 7. Camera controlsTouch to focus/expose (camera phones)Set the highest quality availableShoot multiples, at least twoIf there’s time, try both with and without flashRead the manual
    • 8. Perspective
    • 9. Lines
    • 10. Shoot moreA lot moreAnd ignore allthese rules
    • 11. World Press Photos of the Year

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