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Have you ever thought about turning YOUR cell phone photos into ART? First, you’ll need to know how to take the best cell phone photos possible! Check out these tips on taking better photos then visit Canvas Zoo and find … Continue reading
1. Make sure that your cameraʼs autofocus is actually in focus. Most autofocus cameras require that you press the shutter button down halfway to focus the camera. If you just press the shutter button all the way down, the camera … Continue reading
The rule of thirds is one of the most basic principles of photography and an understanding of it can greatly improve the quality and composition of your photographs. The human eye has natural tendencies–where it tends to focus, where attention … Continue reading
Ambient – ambient light is the available or surrounding light Aperture – the amount of light being let in through the lens (lens opening) see f-stop ASA – a film speed rating similar to an IOS rating Bracket – to … Continue reading
Depth of field is the amount of space in your images that is before and beyond the point of focus. The depth of field lets you determine if your subject and the background can be in sharp focus together. Though … Continue reading
It can often seem like a mystery as to why an image came out blurry. The most common cause for blurry images is camera shake which basically means that the camera moved during your shot. This movement can be very … Continue reading
Your time on the screen will be very short, perhaps only a few seconds. Make the most of that brief time to communicate the quality of your work. Backgrounds Keep backgrounds simple. Don’t use busy textures or outdoor scenes behind … Continue reading
The Digital eJury System Benefit from Understanding the Process For many years, juries relied on slide projectors to view the work of potential exhibitors. Sets of images would be projected in a dark room while descriptions were read over the … Continue reading
Selection: A part of an image selected for manipulation of any type—duplication in a layer, color correction, deletion, rotation, and so on. The selection consists of the selected pixels. The selection tools are located in the tool palette, by default … Continue reading
The color, direction, quantity, and quality of the light you use determines how your subjects appear. Outdoor Lighting Changing daylight can alter the apparent shapes, colors, tones, and forms of a scene. The color of sunlight changes most rapidly at … Continue reading