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Quick-n-Dirty Tips for Taking Great Christmas Photos

Quick-n-Dirty Tips for Taking Great Holiday Photos

Way to shoot a baby if wants to be held. This is so perfect. I myself as a new photographer didn't really think about this. Such a good idea! And the baby won't get too cranky.

Centsational Girlfrom Centsational Girl

Photo Editing Trick: Fixing Blown Out Windows

photo editing: fixing blown out windows

How to take better pics in front of your Christmas tree.-- Use the Av mode (set it to the smallest number) and turn off your flash photo-stuff

How to photograph your Christmas tree {how to get twinkle bursts of light} » Elizabeth Halford Photography {the blog}

Tips for Photographing Christmas Lights 1. Set your ISO high – 1600 or higher 2. Close your aperture (f/14 or higher) for a starburst effect 3. Slow down your shutter speed 4. Use a tripod or set your camera on something safe and steady 5. Turn on ambient lights in the rooms surrounding the tree but turn off lights in that room

Fat Mum Slimfrom Fat Mum Slim

April 2014 Photo A Day List: Challenge yourself to some fun

April 2014 Photo A Day List: Challenge yourself to some fun - Fat Mum Slim

How to Be More Photogenic- great tips to help you look better for all those special occasions, holidays, etc.

3 Ways to Guarantee Good Exposures. "Don't come home from a photo shoot to discover that your images are over or under exposed! One of these three methods is the cure." by Anne McKinnell. Read more: digital-photograp...

need to remember - A, E, I, O, U   This is an awesome trick I learned to get some different expressions from a model. If you just tell your model to smile or laugh, chances are you will get tons of photos of the same expression. Instead, Tell her to smile or laugh while saying  the vowels out loud. (Go ahead. do it in the mirror and see what I mean.) Not only does this get different expressions but it allows for photos where it looks like the model is smilling and talking to someone. Below…

Photographing Kids in Front of a Christmas Tree from Faithful Steps Photography. Dark room (all the lights off in the house except for Christmas tree lights), f-stop 1.4, ISO 160, SS 1/15. Make sure kids stand still. Love this!! (@Jillian Medford Smith)

This Ap is awesome. If your camera is ever lost/stolen, you can download a photo you have taken (with the embedded serial number) and it will search for matching serial numbers posted on the internet, so you can see if anyone is using your camera and posting images from it!