– holiday parties, exchanging gifts, visits with
relatives, and so many more. If you’re looking to take your best shots, here
are some simple tips to help you make your holiday pictures even more
centering the subject in the photo, think about dividing the frame into thirds
and having the subject about a third of the way off to one side or the other.
so you are looking up or even with them instead of aiming down.
flattering and create less harsh shadows. If taking portraits at mid-day, use
shade to reduce shadows or use the fill flash.
a photograph against a bright background, like into a sunset or in front of a
– Take LOTS of pictures – and keep shooting
even after you think the moment has passed. You never know what magic lies in
the moments that follow.
these different angles to tell a story.
CHARGED battery and an extra memory card so that you don’t ever have to worry
about missing that perfect shot.
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