Tag Archives: photo tips
Posted on 29. Jan, 2012 by Roger Carr.
Before this past week, I have never done post-processing of my photos beyond simple tasks. I limited myself to cropping, rotation and exposure. The photo editing software I use is much more capable, but I had not learned to use these capabilities effectively. Training books and programs I have tried in the past were either […]
Posted on 24. Jan, 2012 by Roger Carr.
All of us have had the experience of shooting photos just to find out they look blurry or too soft. In almost all cases, the reason for the poor photo is camera movement. When the camera moves while the shutter is open the result is a soft or blurry photo. Usually camera movements are small […]
Posted on 23. Jan, 2012 by Roger Carr.
Online photo sites have improved tremendously over the years. However, with those improvements come other changes. Picnik is a popular online photo editing site. It is free and full of features. Picnik is integrated with Flickr (owned by Yahoo!) to give users an easy editing capability from that photo sharing website. Picnik is the online […]
Posted on 22. Jan, 2012 by Roger Carr.
A couple of weeks ago I went on the website of a nonprofit organization. I was there to register as a volunteer wanting to help. One of the questions asked was what area I wanted to do volunteer work. The options I could choose from were in a drop-down menu. The options were a list […]
Posted on 21. Jan, 2012 by Roger Carr.
Composition is one of the most essential elements to taking great photographs. It can either make or break a photo. One of the popular and effective concepts to support the composition of your photos is the rule of thirds. Rule of Thirds Definition Using the rule of thirds means to divide the scene into thirds […]