Photo Technique

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One month ago, I started taking photo technique class. This class is important to my field. Previously, I did not have knowledge or experience about how to use the
Professional camera. After one month of taking photo technique class, I became having background about how to take a brilliant photo from best sight. In this essay, I will
Explain steps for taking a great photo by professional camera.

I know that almost everyone knows how to take a good picture with a mobile phone
Camera or normal camera, But what about professional camera like Canon or Nikon?
It's different. You will notice these differences when you buy a professional camera.
For example, Canon 70D camera cost almost 1,500 dollars. Do not panic from the price,
The photos that you are going to take, deserve that price. Forget about the price, and let begin the steps.

First step, Turn on your camera. Make sure your camera has a full batteries, then set your camera mode. Second step, Find your object. Try to find something interesting, it can be a location, or person, or an inanimate. Third step, Find an emphasis for your subject. For example, The eye on a cat, Cherry on a sundae, Or ladybug on a leaf.
The fourth step, Be sure of the proper lighting. If you are inside home, it might be best to use your camera flash. If you are outside, Put your back to the sun and turn off the flash. Fifth step, Imagine your photo in black and white. You should have white, black and a gray spots in your photo. Sixth step, Your focus should not be in the center of your photo. Imagine tic tac toe in your screen . The focus should be at one of the four points where the lines cross. The seventh step, Be sure of filling the frame. Make the object take up the whole screen. The empty space can take the focus away from the object. After that, Keep the perspective in your mind. Take the…...

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