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How to take good pictures
 

How to take good pictures

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How to take good pictures How to take good pictures Presentation Transcript

  • The Good Picture
  • good How to take a Picture?
  • ...
  • Take your camera everywhere - Practice!
  • Wait for the right moment - Cool down!
  • Compose your shot thoughtfully - Simplicity!
  • Fill the frame with your subject - Get closer!
  • Try an interesting angle - Move and Balance!
  • Think about colours - Read the light!
  • Landscape or upright - choose wisely
  • A picture is good if people like it
  • A picture is good if people like it ..if it tells a stoy
  • A picture is good if people like it ...if it touches you ..if it tells a stoy
  • A picture is good if people like it ...if it just looks good ...if it touches you ..if it tells a stoy
  • Make visible what, without you, might perhaps never have been seen. Robert Bresson
  • http://masteringmultimedia.wordpress.com/2009/11/01/ten-ways-to-make-your-photos-better/ http://photoinf.com/General/KODAK/guidelines_for_better_photographic_composition_simplicity.html http://photoinf.com/General/KODAK/guidelines_for_better_photographic_composition_rule_of_thirds.html http://photoinf.com/General/KODAK/guidelines_for_better_photographic_composition_lines.html http://photoinf.com/General/KODAK/guidelines_for_better_photographic_composition_balance.html http://photoinf.com/General/KODAK/guidelines_for_better_photographic_composition_framing.html