Photography Tips

How To Take Awesome Pictures

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5 tips to INSTANTLY up your PHOTO GAME Discover how to take awesome photos using the iOS 9 edition of the Camera app that comes preinstalled on the iPhone and iPad, plus learn 10 proven strategies for taking eye-catching photos that you’ll be proud to show off to friend and family, as well as the online community.

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30/04/2018  · How to Take Flattering Photos of Yourself. Taking photos of yourself can be a fun way to express your mood, capture a moment you want to remember, or share what is going on in your life. It can be frustrating if you don’t like the way you…

Phone cameras have come a long way, but they are not perfect. This is where you come in. The following tips will show you how to take awesome pictures with your phone. You might be asking yourself “why should I care about taking pictures with my phone?” According to data from Skyword, a …

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30/04/2018  · How to Take Flattering Photos of Yourself. Taking photos of yourself can be a fun way to express your mood, capture a moment you want to remember, or share what is going on in your life. It can be frustrating if you don’t like the way you…

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You don’t need a lot of expensive equipment to shoot amazing guide photos—just proper technique and a little practice. The photos in this guide were taken with a Canon PowerShot SX120 IS (a basic point-and-shoot camera) and a pair of inexpensive 10" clamp lights from the local hardware store.