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Frisco

xmas 2007 , originally uploaded by jcann . 				 	Just to give you a better idea of the items on the tree, I use, silk flowers, crystals,...

xmas 2007 , originally uploaded by jcann . Just to give you a better idea of the items on the tree, I use, silk flowers, crystals,...

Aurora over Norway... So gorgeous. I want to be here.

Aurora over Norway…

Home Movies:  The best ones tell a story.  Take the camera outside for an established shot of house decorated, then inside decorations.  Get some footage of the kids huddled excitedly at the top of the stairs & include a shot of the clock.  However, avoid snapshooting (filming just a few seconds of each clip).  Let the story tell itself without making anyone behave.  Photojournalism is just film in the middle of the experience.

Home Movies: The best ones tell a story. Take the camera outside for an established shot of house decorated, then inside decorations. Get some footage of the kids huddled excitedly at the top of the stairs & include a shot of the clock. However, avoid snapshooting (filming just a few seconds of each clip). Let the story tell itself without making anyone behave. Photojournalism is just film in the middle of the experience.

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Styling a flat lay for your Instagram or blog | 5 ways to flat lay www.smalltalksocial.com

The Seven Deadly Camcorder Sins  Headhunting--placing every subject in the center of your frame.  Motorzooming--overuse of on-screen zooms.  Rooting--staying in one spot instead of looking for interesting angles.  Firehosing--panning all over the scene.  Upstanding--shooting everything from standing eye-level.  Snapshooting--taping only two or three seconds per shot.  Backlighting--too much light falling on the background instead of on the subject.

The Seven Deadly Camcorder Sins Headhunting--placing every subject in the center of your frame. Motorzooming--overuse of on-screen zooms. Rooting--staying in one spot instead of looking for interesting angles. Firehosing--panning all over the scene. Upstanding--shooting everything from standing eye-level. Snapshooting--taping only two or three seconds per shot. Backlighting--too much light falling on the background instead of on the subject.

Are you ready to use the new breed of digital SLR to go beyond point-and-click snapshooting and explore what it has to offer the world of photography? If you...

Mastering Digital SLR Photography

Are you ready to use the new breed of digital SLR to go beyond point-and-click snapshooting and explore what it has to offer the world of photography? If you...

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