Techniques in Getting a Great PictureTechniques in Getting a Great Picture

Have you heard of, “There is more than meets the eye”

We use our eyes to view things in our environment. However, through time, man has devised ways on how to preserve the things normally seen and thus treasured, whether these are beautiful or not, and one of which is by using cameras.

The images that are captured by cameras can show us things that are different to the naked eye. Moreover, it enables the heart to wish for beautiful things to happen in the future.

These days, the biggest sellers in the camera market are the so-called digital SLR cameras. These are the modern gadgets that can trigger our creativity and seats of emotion.

Having DSLR cameras does not completely guarantee that the every captured image is great and perfect. because it can be easily manipulated, is the reason that photographers choose digital DSLR cameras

To maximize the expense of your digital cameras.

Consider some of the following point by point guidelines.

1. Simplicity: Zoom in to capture the part you want to emphasize. Thus, irrelevant objects or areas can be taken away or just allow them to soften.

2. Rule of thirds: When capturing a moving object, it is advisable to capture them moving into the imaginary tic-tac-toe frame from one of the two sides.

3. Shapes and lines: Capture a straight line at an angle by moving five to ten feet away to the side to capture at an angle.

4. Vantage point: To add significance or emphasis to an object, take a picture at a lower vantage point. Increasing the height away from the object can reduce its significance.

5. Balance: Pick out the dominant objects and arrange them so that they complement each other. However, unbalanced or asymmetrical objects are often more visually stimulating than balanced objects.

6. Framing: You can use the frames of your windows to capture an outdoor scene. You can also use doors and walls of a building to capture a person a walking person.

7. Indoor photographs: Use natural lighting when you are taking candid shots. The flash coming out of the camera may bother some people.

8. Camera adjustments: The aperture allows light to enter. You must learn how to adjust this properly and appropriately so that images will not appear as either very bright or very dim. Lowering the shutter speed allows the image to be more exposed to light. You must learn the proper length of exposure so that images will not appear as blurry.

9. ISO speeds: Digital cameras have ISO speeds ranging from 100 to 1600. Cameras professional use even have higher ISO scale. The higher the ISO, the higher the camera’s sensitivity to light’s exposure. Be sure to master using this element along with the camera’s aperture and shutter speeds.

10. Lens/Filters: The lenses can be completely interchangeable on some digital cameras. Attaching filters to the lens is possible.