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Erase Your Digital Photography Frustrations Today

If you've been trying to take beautiful photos but you only get digital photography frustrations, don't worry, just prepare to make a huge advance on your performance, only with a few minutes at day following great advices, that result in great pictures!. 

Is just basic photography tips and tricks that make the difference.

 You have a digital camera (or plan to get one) because you want to preserve the important moments in your life – but it can be incredibly frustrating when the results aren’t quite what you’d expected. Blurry pics, over-exposed and under-exposed images – we’ve ALL been there.

Basic Photography is both about knowing how to use a camera and also knowing how to make decisions.

 First advice - Blurry Pictures-

When you buy a digital camera, you have to know how to take care of it to keep it in its best condition. In order to have the clearest photos possible, you must make sure to apply the fist rule of Basic photography "Clean your optic lens and keep from leaving fingerprints on it". If this happens, parts of your pictures will be blurry, and dirt can build up over time.

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Understanding how your camera focuses

Just about all digital cameras these days have autofocus with two-step shutter release. In dark lighting, you will notice that when you press the button halfway down, a red light appears for a moment, but not in areas that are lighter. Then, when you press the button down fully, there is a flash.

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When you hold down the button halfway, that focuses the image, and when you depress it fully, the camera takes the focused image. If you want the subject of your photograph not to be in the center but still focused, first center them in the middle of the picture and focus the frame by pressing down halfway. Without removing your finger, reframe the picture with your subject in the right position, and take the picture. Your subject will still be focused. This simple advice will help you get better pictures and amazing compositions.

One more powerful advice

A great technique that helps photographers create eye-catching pictures is the rule of thirds. This is a composition technique, create a pleasing balance between the different objects in a photograph. In order to use the rule, divide your screen into six different parts: three horizontal sections, and three vertical. The focal points, where the eye is attracted when it first looks at a picture, are where the lines intersect. Placing the subjects of your pictures at or near the focal points can help create a balanced and attractive picture.

Now you know that take greats pictures doesn’t have to be that complicated. To get yourself started out on the right foot, I really encourage you to download a complimentary digital photography guide called:

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This 28-page guide gives you rock-solid advice on:

- Getting started as a digital photographer
- How to choose a digital camera, if you don’t have already or are thinking of upgrading
- Understanding the settings on your camera
- 4 important photography basics
- 6 strategies for GREAT photos

…and more.

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…and start taking better photos you can be proud of right away.

To your digital photography success,

  Beyman Villan

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