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The approach and skills for the actual capture of a photograph with a camera.

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I got used to always set my camera to some "default" settings before I put it away (P mode, auto ISO, auto white balance, matrix metering, auto AF point selection, etc.), so when I pull the camera out …
answered Jul 15 '10 by che
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You can't remove the reflections, but you can change what gets reflected. This can be achieved by moving and shading things and lights around you. First of all, as long as you're shooting shiny thing …
answered Sep 28 '10 by che
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I once made a picture which I believe displays rain quite well. I think the main reason why it works is the backlight coming from the car lights. There are two parts of the image where the rain is ver …
answered Jul 26 '10 by che
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Lenses produce different flares depending on aperture setting, so besides trying different lenses and removing filters, you might want to play with that.
answered Jul 15 '10 by che
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My strategy would be: use a tripod frame a wide angle shot with some background (city, etc) and enough space where you expect the fireworks expose just the background, try to get something like 3-5 …
answered Oct 29 '10 by che
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Apart from aperture and focal length, depth of field also decreases with camera-subject distance. So get you subject as close to the camera as possible.
answered Jul 15 '10 by che