Oct 19, 2014

Better Photography Tip 15 of 15

Photo Tip #15: Forget almost all of the above and try Intentional Camera Movement.

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ICM can be lots of fun and very rewarding.

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Better Photography Tip 14 of 15

Photo Tip #14: Save on the camera body and instead invest the savings in a higher quality lens and/or tripod.

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Oct 18, 2014

Better Photography Tip 13 of 15

Photo Tip #13: Sharpen your photo image during digital post processing to achieve appropriate sharpness in your pictures.

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Better Photography Tip 12 of 15

Photo Tip #12: Check your photo pictures on the camera screen using the magnifying feature. If sharpness and photography image quality is unsatisfying, keep shooting to ensure you get the sharp, high quality photography picture you aim for.
 
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Oct 17, 2014

Better Photography Tip 11 of 15

Photo Tip #11: Use your camera self timer in combination with Live View or mirror lock up to minimize camera shake when releasing the shutter.


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Better Photography Tip 10 of 15

Photo Tip #10: Use manual focus and the magnifying camera feature to precisely pin your focus point and apply the correct exposure settings to achieve your artistic photographic goals. 

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Oct 16, 2014

Better Photography Tip 9 of 15

Photo Tip #9: Understand Exposure and how aperture, shutter speed, lens magnification, and ISO come together and how these photographic camera and lens controls may interfere or enhance taking razor sharp photos.

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Better Photography Tip 8 of 15

Photo Tip #8: Set the correct aperture to achieve sufficient DOF for your artistic needs. A large aperture (small f-stop Number like 5.6 and less) provides shallow depth of field with faster shutter speeds.
 
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A small apertures (large f-stop Number like f/8 and up) will provide you with sharpness from foreground and longer exposure times. Longer exposure times require a tripod or other stabilization to avoid blurry pictures.

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Oct 15, 2014

Better Photography Tip 7 of 15

Photo Tip #7: Ensure your focus point is spot on. Depth of Field (DOF) falls approximately 1/3 in front and 2/3 past the focus point. Aperture provides you the control to maximize or minimize DOF thereby impacting your image sharpness.

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Better Photography Tip 6 of 15

Photo Tip #6: Watch your exposure time to ensure you can still hand hold your camera and lens while taking a photography picture. If there is no tripod available and shutter speeds become too long, turn on the lens stabilization feature and/or use other supporting aids like a tree trunk, a wall, a fence, a sweater or your camera bag to stabilize your better photo set up; whatever works to keep your camera and lens stable at slower shutter speeds will make for higher quality Photography Images.

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