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How to choose a Digital Camera

1. Determine how much you want to spend. Remember to include the cost of memory card(s), extra batteries, camera bag if required. 2. Are there any unusual features that you need? Waterproof/Dustproof? High quality movie mode? 3. Determine what type of batteries and Memory ca ...

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Achieving perfect white balance for snow scenes.

To set an accurate white balance for snow scenes, select the ‘set white balance” or equivalent on your camera, find a small, even, shaded area of snow and point your camera at it to read and set the white balance. Snow is white, not blue ( as some will have you b ...

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Taking Dynamics pictures of tall buildings

If you are photographing a tall building from ground level, you point the camera up and the building looks as if it is falling over. Instead of just putting up with this, try making it into a feature of the composition. Try aligning one side of the building with the edge of ...

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Taking candid photos

Candid photography Successful candids are more difficult to produce with long lenses due to progressively more limited depth of field and increased risk of shutter shake. We recommend using the standard lens (80mm on medium format, 50mm on 35mm format) or a moderate wide ang ...

How to take pictures of your Dog

If you’re the average dog lover, you think your pooch could out-pose even those silky Weimaraners in the picture books. But if you’re the average amateur dog photographer, your photos never match the athleticism, humor, or outrageous cuteness of the real thing. W ...