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Top 5 Digital Photography Mistakes And How Not To Make It..!!
1 BLURRY PICTURES- The most complaints coming from amateur photographers is that their images have come out blurry. Various ways to solve this issue include using a tripod or a monopod choosing a higher ISO setting for faster shutter speeds or using flash to freeze any movement.
2 LESS IS MORE - When framing and composing our photograph, we want to create something interesting for the eye but at the same time avoid excessive distractions. Normally, one main focal point or area is enough. If you have a focal point in the background and a distraction (like rocks) in the foreground, crop the image by zooming in to avoid the distracting item.
3 LOW RESOLUTION - Shooting at a low resolution may let you to store more images on your memory card, but, using a low resolution setting means that the image quality will suffer, and you won’t be able to print large photographs without noticing the pixels. Buy additional memory cards and take your photos with higher resolution and avoid low quality files.
4 UNDEREXPOSED PICTURES –An underexposed image is one that is too dark because there wasn’t enough light reaching the sensor when the image was taken. If you see on your LCD screen that an image looks too shadowy and underexposed, you can try opening the aperture to allow more light in. You can also adjust the exposure on a DSLR, selecting the ‘+’ to add more light, usually in ½ stop increments.
5 OVEREXPOSED PICTURES- If your photograph is too bright and lacking in detail, then it is overexposed. Overexposure can be particularly bad on bright days or with light colored subjects. To correct for overexposure, you can try underexposing the image by choosing -0.5 or -1 and seeing if more detail has been retained.