Living in the digital age, it has become so much easier to take tons of pictures are then share with family and friends. Most of these pictures have one thing in common—they lack any visual appeal. Here are some recommendations to achieve it.
- Use your flash on sunny days.
Many cameras automatically deactivate the flash in bright environments. Sadly, this lack of added illumination may leave your subject covered in unflattering shadows if the sun isn’t situated just right while you take the picture. By using your flash in bright environments, your subject will be more evenly illuminated, thus eliminating the problem.
- Move your subject off-centre.
Pictures with off-centred subjects tend to be more visually interesting than pictures with centred subjects. When attempting this suggestion, be aware that your camera may still try to focus on whatever is in the centre of your viewing area. Before taking the picture, lock the camera’s focus on the subject, so the subject comes out looking sharp.
- Resist the temptation to zoom in.
The more you zoom in on a subject, the more likely it is that your picture will end up looking blurry or pixelated. Instead of taking pictures at a distance and zooming in with the camera, get closer to the subject. If you must take a picture from far away crop the image to size later on using photo editing software.
Though it costs nothing to take better pictures using the tactics described above, doing so can add more aesthetic value to your pictures.
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