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To see if your sensor needs cleaning, take a photograph of a clear blue sky Set your camera for manual focus, and set the focus to its nearest setting The resulting photo of the sky will be blurred, but any dust specks will be readily visible as black dots
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If you own a digital SLR, consider purchasing a skylight or UV (ultraviolet) filter for each lens you own, and leave it on the lens at all times The filters are relatively inexpensive and will protect the front lens element from damage Note that the skylight filter will introduce a slight color cast, which will make the image warmer If this is objectionable, use a UV filter to protect your lens The skylight filter screws into the front of the lens, as shown in this illustration:
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Matching Your Composition to the Scene Compose the Photograph Determine the Depth of Field Choose the Right Focal Length Hedge Your Bets with AutoExposure Bracketing Shoot Images at the Right Time of Day Creating Fog Create Dreamy Images Use Camera Flash Use Fill Flash Photographing People with Flash Use Slow Synch Flash Use Second Shutter Curtain
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Shooting Like a Pro
Anybody can take a photograph by pointing a camera at something and pressing the shutter button However, to take a good photograph requires a bit of skill, thought, and creativity There are several time-honored rules for taking photographs In this chapter, you ll learn some of these rules, as well as other techniques for taking pictures like a pro
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Use External Flash Use Filters to Enhance Images Creating Homemade Soft-Focus Filters
Take Pictures Like a Pro
When you become proficient with your camera and its controls, you ll be ready to take your photography to the next level You can create compelling photographs with your digital camera suitable for framing In this chapter, you ll learn several techniques for taking professional-quality images
Capture Images Using the RAW Format
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Every rule is made to be broken Before you take a photograph, examine the scene from several vantage points to determine the best composition In most instances, the Rule of Thirds is the way to go, but other images are better when shot from straight on If you have
Compose the Photograph
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Preview the scene through your viewfinder or LCD monitor Be aware of any obvious problems, like garbage cans in the background Also be on the lookout for trees or telephone poles that appear to be growing out of your subject s head If you have the time, move around the scene and photograph it from several angles If you get in the habit of observing everything that s in the viewfinder, your composition skills will improve and your pictures will look more professional After a while, observing subtle details will become second-nature Imagine a grid of nine squares over your scene, and place your center of interest where two gridlines intersect This is known as the Rule of Thirds The image in Figure 3-1 was composed with the cellist as the center of interest Focus on your center of interest For more information on focusing, see 2 Shoot the picture
sufficient room on your memory card, shoot the same scene from several different angles
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MATCHING YOUR COMPOSITION TO THE SCENE
Beginning photographers rarely think of rotating the
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camera However, if your subject is vertical, rotating the camera 90 degrees will give you a more interesting composition For example, if you re photographing a tall waterfall or shooting a head-and-shoulders portrait, rotating the camera 90 degrees, which is known as
portrait mode, guarantees you a more interesting image ROTATE THE CAMERA
1 Analyze the objects in
your scene
2 Rotate the camera
90 degrees if your subject is vertical The image shows Bridal Veil Falls in Yosemite National Park as photographed with the camera rotated 90 degrees
Figure 3-1: Compose your photograph to lead your viewer s eye to a center of interest
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