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Taking great photographs of a baseball game (contd..)

Tip 566 (Look for other opportunities): During the course of a game, there are many opportunities to taking some great photos besides the sportsmen on the field. Look out for opportunities among the crowd, look for children enjoying the game, look for the food and drinks being sold in the game, and shoot some great […]

Taking great photographs of a baseball game (contd..)

Tip 561 (Learn more about exposure): Given that for actual game action shots, you will need to take shots at pretty fast shutter speed, learn more about exposure. Exposure is the amount of light that reaches inside the camera, and is a measure of shutter speed, aperture and ISO. It is the interplay between all […]

Taking great photographs of a baseball game (contd..)

Tip 556 (Watch out for those baseball caps): When shooting players, watch out for those caps, especially if the face is shadowed from the sun. You could have got a great shot, but then find out that the sun has cast a shadow on the face because of the baseball cap. This may not totally […]

Photo tips for shooting great family photos (contd) ..

Tip 466 (Try and connect with the family): If you are not a family member, spend some time with the family members (if possible), explain to them as to what is the type of photo you want to take; this may help you in getting more cooperation from the family members.

Tip 467 (Surroundings can […]

Tips for taking photos of a child

Tip 426 (Take natural poses): It is hard to try and get children to pose for photos. It is mostly better to try and take natural poses of children; take their photos when they are being natural. With digital cameras, you can take many more photos than before, so you can afford to take more […]