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Tips on getting the most from your Digital Camera

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Getting The Best From A Digital Camera Presentation Transcript

  • 1.  
  • 2. Why Go Digital?
  • 3.  
  • 4. Memory Card
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  • 9. Focus on the subject
      • Get Close
      • Uncluttered backgrounds
      • Eye level is best.
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  • 14. Background
  • 15. Infinite Horizon
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  • 17. Which is more interesting? Most people chose the shot to the right
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  • 24. Adding Interest
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  • 37.
    • Practice
  • 38. Getting to know the Camera
    • READ
    • THE
    • MANUAL
  • 39. Modes
  • 40. Smudge Patrol
    • Keep it Clean -avoid dust, dirt, & moisture
    • Use a microfiber or soft lens cleaning cloth to gently remove dust or fingerprints.
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    • Brace Yourself
    • Against a wall, pole, table, anything.
    • Brace your elbows against your body.
    Fighting Camera Shake
  • 44. Press shutter button ½ way
  • 45. “ Light makes photography.” George Eastman
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  • 47. Lighting & Flash
      • Automatic Flash
      • Fires automatically as required
      • Use indoors (4 – 12 feet from subject)
  • 48. Remember
    • Take multiple shots!
    • Subject Focused!
      • Get Close!
    • Hold Still! - Brace against objects
    • Consider background, color, & light
    • Rule of Thirds – Subject off center
    • Take some different shots!
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    • Photo Credits…
    • BPLPhotos @ Flickr
    • Rmanoske @ Flickr
    • Leo Reynolds @ Flickr
    • notorious d.a.v. @ Flickr
    • tina.gao @ Flickr
    • Lin Pernille @ Flickr
    • Ayres no graces @ Flickr
    • Boxercab @ Flickr
    • Gary Bridgman @Flickr.com
    • Robert Scales @Flickr.com
    • Bnittoli @Flickr.com
    • Carf @Flickr.com
    • Dhammza @Flickr.com
    • Mikeyaka_DaSkinnyBlackMan @Flickr.com
    • Pablo Baslini @Flickr.com
    • gth_42 @Flickr.com
    • Pensiero @Flickr.com
    • Tychay @Flickr.com
    • Nidriel @ Flickr
    • мѕс (@ flickr-break) @ Flickr
    • shoebappa @ Flickr
    • Quaisi@ Flickr
    • OneEighteen @ Flickr
    • -eko-@ Flickr
    • Moriza @ Flickr
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    • Xjyxjy@ Flickr
    • Floato @ Flickr
    • Devastar @ Flickr
    • Mike9Alive @ Flickr
    • MrPhysics @ Flickr
    • PhotopediaPhotos @ Flickr
    • AndréF @ Flickr
    • Bob.Fornal @ Flickr
    • Brentdanley @ Flickr
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