Hints & Tips for better photos:


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Watch the light and the weather

  • When taking photos in the outdoor environment, it is recommended to leave the sun light behind. If, for any reason, you need to take photos with the sunlight towards your lens, it is better to use the flash light.
  • Correspondingly, flash light is necessary in cloudy or moody environments.
  • In an indoor environment, the first thing you have to check is the quality of the light and then make the proper flash adjustments on your camera...
  • Great attention should be paid on mirrors, because the produced reflections may damage your picture. To avoid reflections, change your position and zoom in your portrait slightly.

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Picture synthesis

How our eye sees the object is totally different compared to how this object is pictured by our camera. Thus, picture synthesis should always be executed through the ophthalmoscope of our camera, in order to avoid as many differences as possible.


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Focus on your subject

Zoom in your object correctly. This will make easier for your camera to follow the right adjustments before taking a picture.


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Experiment with shutter speed

For the advanced users it is recommended to “play” with the diaphragm speed in the manual mode of their camera, in order to achieve better results


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Come close to your target

  • Each time you use your camera, first take a trial photo of your object and then come closer to take a better one. When the object covers all the frame area, the picture reaches its best quality.
  • Always remember that details are more interesting than a total view .