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As a film photographer there are several similar strategies to taking good shots as there are with when using a digital camera. There is though also some massive differences like the lag between the instant you press the shutter and when the digital camera takes the photo ( except if you're employing a very expensive DSLR camera ). The longer the lag phase between pressing the button and the picture being taken the harder it is to take a great photograph. There are though a couple of tips that will help you defeat this problem.

Set The Camera Focus Ahead of Time

On most electronic camera the way to pre-focus the camera is to press the button half way down. It will then focus immediately on the topic in your frame. You might have to spend 1 or 2 seconds with you finger pressed halfway down on the button but when you eventually take the picture the camera will not waste valuable seconds focusing. It'll lead to a sharper image, a much more clear and galvanizing photograph.

Use The Camera Exposure Setting Yourself

Take time to study your camera menus and navigation and practice taking photographs with different settings will get to grips with the camera and allow you to manually pre-set the exposure on your camera. This is much better than allowing you camera to calculate the exposure itself as like focusing it wastes valuable time and you can miss your shot.

There are many more tips to taking good pictures but familiarizing yourself with your camera and reading the help text is the best place to start and then just snap away. It does cost a thing and you can delete anything you loathe and you'll learn as you go a long.

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