Monthly Archives: November 2013

Composition: three important things

  1) Think of the “frame” as a canvas to be filled giving equal value to both the edges and the centre. 2.a) “Compose” your photographs keeping in mind not only the two dimensions but also the three dimensions of … Continue reading

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Technique: three important things

  1) Know your camera (regardless of the type, even the one integrated into your smartphone) and equipment well. It’s a good idea to occasionally reread your user’s manual 2) Learn to immediately recognise what is happening in the situation … Continue reading

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Proportions: 2:3, 4:3 or square?

 As you can see, your camera produces photos with a specific format (image size). In most cases, the format has sides with a ratio of 4:3. However, there are cameras that allow you to choose different formats: 4:3; 2:3 (same … Continue reading

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Time to print!

While some people print their photos, many prefer free publication on Facebook to printing on paper, which if done well – on a “fine art” level – can cost quite a lot. If you choose to print, you must prepare … Continue reading

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