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Don't Lose Your Photographic Innocence

Learn quick inspirational tips with PhotoSnacks.

ArticleAdorama TV Techniques and How-Tos - by Adorama Learning Center Editors, September 4, 2014

Introducing...NYIP & Adorama PhotoSnacks - Quick photo tips created to enhance your photography skills and get you thinking outside the photography norm.

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TAGS: tips,  snapshots,  snapshot aesthetic,  photo technique,  photography tip,  inspiration,  tips and tricks,  Adorama TV,  Inspiration in Photography,  photographers,  photography,  PhotoSnack,  NYIP 

FAQ: What kind of memory card do I need for my point-and-shoot camera?

Money-saving advice for snapshooters and family memory keepers

ArticleAccessories and Gadgets Gear Guides & Reviews - by Mason Resnick, November 22, 2011

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The number and variety of memory cards available today can be bewildering, especially to someone who just wants to take family snapshots with a point-and-shoot camera. Here's some buying advice.

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TAGS: buying guide,  digital camera,  point and shoot,  SD card,  beginner,  memory card,  memory card reader,  memory,  sd,  memory stick,  snapshots,  buying tips,  basic,  SDXC Memory Card,  SDHC 

Don’t overuse your zoom lens: Fix The Pix, Episode 13

Superzooms are very tempting, but there's a downside

ArticleBeginner Techniques and How-Tos - by Mason Resnick, September 24, 2009

At the longest focal length, zoom lenses on compact cameras produce darker images, especially when shooting with your flash.

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TAGS: flash,  beginner,  snapshots,  tip,  Fix the Pix 

Don't let far flash foible leave your subject in the dark: Fix the Pix, Episode 12

Your flash has limits. Here's one of them, and how to work around it.

ArticleBeginner Techniques and How-Tos - by Mason Resnick, September 23, 2009

Have you ever shot pictures of a ballgame or a concert at a stadium or arena—or just across a room—and were disappointed to see...not much of anything?

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TAGS: flash,  beginner,  snapshots,  tip,  Fix the Pix 

Undo unflattering flash with a simple setting: Fix the Pix, Episode 10

No more deer in the headlights

ArticleBeginner Techniques and How-Tos - by Mason Resnick, September 21, 2009

Avoid on-camera flash as much as possible. But when there's insufficient light to get a decent shot without it, here's a simple way to get more flattering people pictures with it.

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TAGS: flash,  beginner,  snapshots,  tip 

Avoid uneven portrait lighting under trees: Fix the Pix, Episode 9

Why great portraits aren’t made in the uneven shade

ArticleBeginner Techniques and How-Tos - by Mason Resnick, September 18, 2009

While taking pictures in open shade is generally a good thing, there’s an exception to this rule when you’re under the shade of a big, leafy tree and the sun light peaks through here and there.

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TAGS: beginner,  portrait,  snapshots,  tip,  Fix the Pix 

"Why is my nose so big?" Fix the Pix, Episode 8

Avoid the fun-house mirror look

ArticleBeginner Techniques and How-Tos - by Mason Resnick, September 17, 2009

You've followed my advice and are shooting frame-filling portraits with your compact digital camera. But did you remember to zoom, or did you leave your lens at its widest setting?  Here's the one time you shouldn't zoom with your feet!

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TAGS: tips,  beginner,  snapshots,  tip,  Fix the Pix 

Fill the frame when shooting a portrait: Fix the Pix, Episode 7

Are you ready for your close-up?

ArticleBeginner Techniques and How-Tos - by Mason Resnick, September 16, 2009

The trouble with people pictures is most photographers don't get close enough. Look at the difference a more intimate approach can make!

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TAGS: tips,  beginner,  snapshots,  Fix the Pix 

Beware distracting backgrounds: Fix the Pix, Episode 6

"Hey, what's with that tree growing out of my head?"

ArticleBeginner Techniques and How-Tos - by Mason Resnick, September 15, 2009

When taking photos of your friends and loved ones with your digital camera, pay attention to what’s going on behind them. Otherwise, unintentional hilarity might ensue.

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TAGS: tips,  composition,  beginner,  snapshots,  tip,  Fix the Pix 

Do your photos have too much space overhead? Fix the Pix! Episode 5

An easy fix for a common compositional boo-boo

ArticleBeginner Techniques and How-Tos - by Mason Resnick, September 14, 2009

When photographing people, don't waste half the frame with stuff that isn't important. If you can fold the picture in half and not lose anything you won't miss, it's time to change your shooting habits.

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TAGS: beginner,  snapshots,  tip,  Fix the Pix 

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