Banish Bad Pictures: 9 quick fixes for common camera complaints

    | Photography for Beginners | 20/05/2013 12:57pm
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    Fixing Bad Pictures: why do my photos lack impact?

    Fixing Bad Pictures: why do my photos lack impact?

    Have you filled the frame?

    A common mistake is to try to capture the entire scene as you see it, rather than focusing only on the best part.

    NO

    Fixing Bad Pictures: fill the frame

    Zoom in!

    You’ll get better results with more impact if you zoom in and fill the frame with the area of real interest.

    PAGE 1 – Fixing Bad Pictures: Why are all my photos blown out?
    PAGE 2 – Fixing Bad Pictures: Why do my landscape photos look so flat?
    PAGE 3 – Fixing Bad Pictures: Why do my skies look white and washed out?
    PAGE 4 – Fixing Bad Pictures: Why are my photos blurry and out of focus?
    PAGE 5 – Fixing Bad Pictures: how do I focus on moving targets?
    PAGE 6 – Fixing Bad Pictures: why do my photos look so cluttered?
    PAGE 7 – Fixing Bad Pictures: why do my photos lack impact?
    PAGE 8 – Fixing Bad Pictures: why do my action shots look boring?
    PAGE 9 – Fixing Bad Pictures: Why do my colours look all wrong?

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    Posted on Monday, May 20th, 2013 at 12:57 pm under Photography for Beginners.

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