Composition Carry Guide
This folding Carry Guide for Photographers has the Top Five Composition Techniques you can use to quickly create much better photos .
Combine all of these techniques in a single photo and you’ll have a lasting photo that you can share, sell, admire, and brag about.
From the guide: I tend to rant that a wide-angle lens should be called a foreground-background lens because it lets you create depth by emphasizing an object in the foreground that relates to the background.
Placing objects in the foreground helps create a three dimensional balance to a photo. The size, shape, and color of the object can also be important compositional elements.
Provide me your e-mail address and I’ll send you the Composition Carry Guide for Photographers. It fits in your pocket as an easy reference. It’s free. You can print it as many times as you want. Keeps notes for each day’s shoot. Whatever is best for you. I’ll keep the e-mail private, share it with no one, and only use it to communicate with you infrequently.
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Aperture Priority Carry Guide
The next time you see a professional photographer on assignment, ask this question. “Are you set to aperture priority?” Let me know the answer. This Aperture Priority Carry Guide for Photographers is my quick guide to shooting like a pro.
From the guide: Aperture Priority is an auto-exposure setting. The camera automatically sets the proper exposure using the three variables of aperture, shutter speed and ISO.
Aperture Priority, abbreviated A or Av on your camera’s mode dial, is the setting that allows a photographer to choose a specific aperture value while the camera selects a matching shutter speed.
Provide me your e-mail address and I’ll send you the Aperture Priority Carry Guide for Photographers. It fits in your pocket as an easy reference for using Aperture Priority. It’s free. You can print it as many times as you want. Keeps notes for each day’s shoot. Whatever is best for you. I’ll keep the e-mail private, share it with no one, and only use it to communicate with you infrequently.
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Christmas 2011 Camera Buying Guide
Choosing a digital camera as a Christmas gift is one of the most difficult gift-buying decisions you’ll ever make. There are so many choices from so many retailers, either online or at brick and mortar big-box stores, with every camera possible on their shelves. Do you want to buy a Point & Shoot camera? They are less expensive but have some shortcomings that serious photographers will find limiting. Is a Digital Single Lens Reflex with interchangeable lens and a wide variety of accessories the best choice or are they too complicated and expensive? Making an informed purchase that will meet your photographer’s needs will be much easier using Ohio Photo Classes Christmas 2011 Camera Buying Guide. It’s a single piece of paper that folds into a booklet that easily slides into a pocket or purse and can help you decide which camera is the best for you to buy. Download the PDF. Print it out. Carry it with you. Make a good decision about buying the perfect camera this Christmas.Please fill out the form below with your e-mail address to down the guide. We promise not to give it away, sell it, offer it as a bribe, or send you all sorts of stupid e-mails. Promise!More Carry Guides for Photographers
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