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Arts-and-Entertainment We all love taking photographs; wherever we are we’ll happily snap away at anything that we like the look of. Now with the invention of cameras on cell phones, this hobby has increased, in fact taking pictures is becoming a daily occurrence for some. Occasionally, due to nothing more than pure luck, we capture an image that is perfect, but how many of us have downloaded or had photos printed that are completely spoilt by the lighting? …. What would have been a photo to be proud of is in the dark, or gets spoilt by shadows. Professional photographers don’t make this kind of mistake,and it isn’t rocket science to make sure that your photos are always taken in the correct light. A few tips that Pro’s live by; Always read through your camera manual fully before approaching the camera! – It may seem obvious, but cameras can be so complicated to use, most people manage to point and click. I don’t know how many times I have bought a new electrical or technical item and never taken the time to read the manual. Even though the manuals can be daunting, it is worth taking the time to read through them and familiarise yourself with the intricacies of your camera? Learn about lighting – There are only two types of lighting when dealing with photography – natural, or artificial. Usually photos that are taken in natural light have better clarity, but even then there are natural conditions in which you shouldn’t take photos. Time Your Camera Clicking – Mid afternoon is the time when most shadows will appear in your photos due to the sun being at its peak. You need to watch for two points with a dark sky, there is a tendency for the photo to appear dull and gloomy and also to appear quite a bit darker than you may have expected. If you’re on holiday and snapping away, time your photographs. Depending on how dedicated you are to taking a good shot with great lighting, the best shots are generally taken in the morning or just after the sun sets, so you may need to become a bit of an early riser. It’s not all in the flash – Artificial light is a whole different ball game; Even having a good quality flash doesn’t automatically make for a good photo. The key here is to get the artificial light to imitate the natural, and unless you have the big lights that the pro’s use, your photos aren’t going to turn out professional!. When taking a photograph of an individual, ensure that there is never a window behind them. This may turn a potentially good shot in to a shot of a body with a ball of light where their head should be! There is a tendency for warm colours to look washed out in artificial lighting. Try to create as much light in the room in order to bring out the warmth of the colours. Also bear in mind the background, if you are on a sofa and you are blending in with the colour of it, put something behind you or change your clothes. This is a trick much employed by the photographers who take baby pictures in a shopping mall. They will use fabrics and textures to make the baby stand out, and the background emphasizes the subject, as opposed to the opposite. Once you know the basics, photography is a very satisfying hobby, and can result in beautiful photos that will be treasured for years to come. If you take note of these few tips, your days of dark, dull and disfigured photos should be a thing of the past. About the Author: 相关的主题文章:

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