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Are you finding it hard to get the perfect pictures?
Are your pictures coming out too bright or too dark?
If either of your answers were yes, then here are a few tips to get some nice pictures.
If your camera has an Auto/Automatic setting use this setting for everyday pictures as this will automatically adjust for light and movement however, if you wish to be a bit more creative you can use any of the other options.
On my camera I have an option where I can adjust the shutter speed, on this setting I am able to create long exposure photos that involve lights. To create such a photo you will need a dark room or a dark outside space with very little light, a tripod (or anything sturdy for your camera to sit on) and a small LED key ring torch. Once you have these set up put your camera onto the longest shutter speed (this will probably be about eight seconds), disable your flash and point the camera at where you want to draw your picture with light.
Set your camera to be on a timer for a few seconds so that you can get into position. When the timer has finished and the picture has begun to capture you may now draw your picture, once it has been captured you can have a look and if you like it, keep the picture if not, take a fresh one.
If your pictures are coming out too bright, a simple solution is to use a translucent sweet wrapper or a variety of colours (I use yellow or red) as it gives a nice effect, hold the sweet wrapper in front of the flash when you take the picture to produce a beautiful hue of colour over the picture.
Well that's two tips for today, more shall come...