Many people are frustratedtaking photographs. They see photos in a magazine and think that they can simply point the camera at a particular subject, press the button and bingo the image is perfect! It's not always that easy. But you can learn a few things to help you create better images.
1. For the sharpest images, set your ISO to 100 and your camera to the highest available JPEG resolution. Nothing is worse than creating a truly great image then finding out that it is too low in resolution to make that large print you want for your office.
2. Composition is everything. If you have a view finder window in your camera, try using that instead of holding the camera, arms extended and trying to compose by looking at the tiny LCD monitor. This is particularly helpful outside on a sunny day when you can't really see the monitor clearly. The little window in the camera will actually force you to compose decent photographsRead More