Great pictures are a snap!: how to use an automatic camera
The first non-jargon, every person's guide to taking great photos, this inexpensive book is ideal for bringing on vacation, giving to the beginner, or grabbing when you purchase an automatic camera. Before-and-after photos illustrate common mistakes and ways to avoid them.
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TAKING PICTURES OUTDOORS
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35mm film Add flash angle Ask subjects autofocus automatic cameras best results BLAST OF FLASH blue BLUR THE MOTION bright background built-in flash camera manual camera's focus closeups contrast dark shadow detail dim light distance exposure eyeglasses eyes fast film fill the frame fill-in flash film cartridge film counter film ISO flash pictures FREEZE Hold your camera Indoors ject keep KIND OF CAMERA landscape mode left photo light-colored walls Load film millimeter MOVE IN CLOSE MUG SHOTS outdoor photograph photoprocessor Picture marred picture's point your camera point-and-shoot Point-and-shoot camera portraits Press the shutter red eyes REWINDING FILM Rich color roll scene set your camera shade sharply focused Shoot shots shutter button slower film snapshot subject's shape subjects look Subjects moving sunny day take pictures take the picture telephoto lens texture tures turn viewfinder washed-out pictures wide-angle lens Zoom lens zoom or telephoto