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Editing – Centering and Cropping

  Centering and cropping an image that does not quite capture what you visioned with the naked eye can save your picture from the trash.  Is it off centre or seems to have too much background?    Before you delete it, bring it up on the viewer on your camera and play with it to […]

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Insufficient Lighting

Insufficient lighting or shadows?  Use a flash, but remember your built in flash only extends a short distance in front of you (check you’re User Manual).  If your camera has a flash attachment, try this for inside shots, setting the flash at different angles to get the best results.  If your camera has night or […]

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Blurry Pictures

Blurry Pictures Who hasn’t taken a picture that is blurry!  Try some of these easy fixes to correct those blurry pictures. First of all ensure the auto focus is set on your camera.  If you have a DSLR or a bridge camera, it contains both auto and manual focus settings.   It is sometimes difficult […]

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Red Eye

Red Eye Taking pictures in dim or dark light sometime causes the flash to reflect off the subject’s eyes, illuminating the blood vessels in the retina, causing what we call “red eye”. Some tips: 1. Ensure the red eye reduction function/feature on your camera is set to yes. 2. Try taking the picture without a […]

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