Archive for October, 2009

7 Basic Shooting Modes

Posted in Uncategorized on October 20, 2009 by usmc3078

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sport mode

selects a faster shutter speed to capture moving subjects

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potrait mode

Designed to produce softly focused backrounds for flattering pictures

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landscape mode

Pictures of natural scenery such as lakes and etc..

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full auto mode

completely automatic photography the camera analyzes the scene and tries to choose settings that produce the best results

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close up

Produces soflty focused backrounds to make the focal point stand out

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flash off

Flash is disabled

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night portrait

Same as portrait but combines flash with slow shutter speed to produce softer lighting

Crop

Posted in Uncategorized on October 5, 2009 by usmc3078

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BEFORE

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AFTER

Cropping takes the unwanted odjects that came out in your photo and takes them out. In the “Before” pictur there were people in the background that I didnt want. So I cropped the photo and took them out of the photo. I also decide to take out the tree out because I thought it took focus off me.

Rule Of Thirds

Posted in Uncategorized on October 2, 2009 by usmc3078

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Rule of third takes out the boring “in the middle” picture. It takes the main object out of the middle and sets it to the side at least one third of the way in to open up the background and add more visual object to your pictures

OORAH!! Marine Corp.

Posted in Uncategorized on October 2, 2009 by usmc3078

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