Jan 3, 2020

Take a Picture with a Digital Camera

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#*You can usually turn flash off in your camera's settings. Oftentimes, a lightning bolt-shaped icon indicates flash is on. You usually select a lightening bolt with a cross going over it to turn off flash.  
 
#*You can usually turn flash off in your camera's settings. Oftentimes, a lightning bolt-shaped icon indicates flash is on. You usually select a lightening bolt with a cross going over it to turn off flash.  
 
#*In some cases, flash may be helpful. If you're taking pictures very late at night, it can help to use flash to highlight people's faces.  
 
#*In some cases, flash may be helpful. If you're taking pictures very late at night, it can help to use flash to highlight people's faces.  
#Practice. Photography is like any other craft. It takes practice to get better. Spend a lot of time experimenting with your camera. Adjust the settings and take pictures of many different subjects. Eventually, your pictures will start looking more professional.[[Image:Take a Picture with a Digital Camera Step 16 Version 5.jpg|center]]  
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#Practice. Photography is like any other craft. It takes practice to get better. Spend a lot of time experimenting with your camera. Adjust the settings and take pictures of many different subjects. Eventually, your pictures will start looking more professional.[[Image:Take a Picture with a Digital Camera Step 16 Version 5.jpg|center]]
   
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