Canon Powershot SX40 HS?
Panasonic Lumix DMC FZ-150?
most important: Image Quality at low light.
7 steps for taking better photos-beginner's guideHello and welcome to my little guide on how to make better photos*.7 steps for taking better photos-beginner's guide by iLovePhotographyClub
*Photos that are technically correct; with little grain, right exposure, right composition, etc.
So, some of you have probably gotten a new camera during the holidays and it's so shiny and look at all the details, is that a pore on my face, and everything is great, but what are all these numbers and letters on my screen, let's just use auto mode. And then it all begins. The depression. The photos lack something... That sparkle of life, you know. You ask why? Is this the way of god trying to tell me that I have no talents and that I wasted my money?
You just need a bit of guidance, that's all. Here are some tips for beginners and those who might need it.
It's safe now to turn off auto mode.
What are you saying?! These are too complicated to understand, why should I?
You remember that thing that lacks? That thing is - you, your touch. All the numbers seem hard, but
Music: Rock, Blues
Book: Not Really
Movie: Original ones, i hate the standardised hollywood poop. Unless it is done REALLY well
Food: Yes please
Drink: Tea, Coffee (decafinated)
Smoke: Greengo & Pot, twice a day, keeps the demons away.
Work: Long Time ago in a galaxy far, far away
Play: With my camera, Sims 3, Titan Quest, Hemp Tycoon, Dungeon Overlord, Country Life (lite)
Art: Anything that shows a decent skill set and some talent, prefer realism to abstract.
Material: Canon Powershot SX 40 HS
Software: Windows 7 PC, Digital Photo Professional, Photoshop CS 8.0
**without a bit of fun in life, life is just no fun at all!**
**the creative process is just that, a process. a process can not go to stage two if stage one isn't finished. mess up in one stage, and you'll never have a truly great piece of art.**
**Don't tell me the sky is the limit when there are footprints on the moon - Paul Brandt**
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