Composition and The Rule of Thirds: The heart of a photograph is its composition—the position of different elements in a frame. The easiest rule of thumb to learn and remember is the Rule of Thirds. Basically, you’ll want to break your frame into nine squares of roughly equal size. Try and align the subject of your photo along these lines and intersections and imagine the main image divided over these nine boxes.
The theory is that if you place points of interest in the intersections or along the lines that your photo becomes more balanced and will enable a viewer of the image to interact with it more naturally. Studies have shown that when viewing images that people’s eyes usually go to one of the intersection points most naturally rather than the center of the shot – using the rule of thirds works with this natural way of viewing an image rather than working against it. This gives you a more dramatic, visually interesting shot than one where you subject is located dead center. Many newer cameras have a rule of thirds grid overlay that you can activate when shooting.
This picture was taken during a photo session at the Santa Monica Pier in California. This guys shows up in his bike full of exotic birds.
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Shoot in Raw! I do. Most digital cameras are set to capture files in JPG format by default. This is very convenient, as it allows you to quickly share files with friends and family—without the need for post-processing. But you’re giving up a lot of control by not shooting in Raw—which is an unprocessed file that contains the image as the camera’s sensor captured it. A Raw file allows you to tweak colors, exposure, black levels, sharpness, and other attributes with much more flexibility than an already-compressed JPG allows.
Happy Father’s Day to all the sweet Daddy’s out there!
Don’t be afraid to raise your ISO! Getting a good exposure indoors usually means having to increase your ISO. Try playing around with your camera to see how high you can go before the grain and noise become unacceptable.
What is ISO?
ISO is a measurement of how sensitive your camera’s is to light. The larger the ISO (higher number), the more sensitive it is to light. The smaller the ISO (smaller number), the less sensitive it is to light. Each step up in ISO doubles the amount of light sensitivity (ISO 400 is 2x as sensitive to light as ISO 200). Using a higher ISO, you can sometimes get shots in low light that would have required a longer shutter speed or a larger aperture if you were using a lower ISO.
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On our last trip to Disneyland I took this photograph. It is alway fun and such an inspiration to visit the Happiest Place on Earth! Well, except when is Spring Break and your child is sick, but hey we made the best out of it and baby girl loved to ride the horse on the carrousel!