Don't take my picture!: how to take fantastic photos of family and friends (and have fun!).
Even though many cameras are completely automatic and take the guesswork out of focusing, exposure, and flash, good photos require more than just the ability to point and shoot. Here are hundreds of tips for getting terrific people pictures, even if someone is camera shy or insists on making funny faces. Pointers on how to get good group shots, how to photograph celebrations, and how to make everyone look good, are included and illustrated with more than 100 photos.
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35mm cameras action Amherst Media angle of view aperture ask your subject auto-focus camera backlighting best shots Betty Alesse camera handy camera manual capture Chapter close composition create Diffused light Double chins Environmental portraits extra photos eye level face family and friends fill-in flash film produces flash range focus spot focus-free frame friends and family graph group shots hold the camera hold your camera humor ideal ISO/ASA jump shot Kalsa Keep kids lens-shutter cameras lenses Mary Jo Muse Mini-tripods move mugger Paparazzi pets PHOTO GUIDE photos more interesting point and shoot point-and-shoot cameras portrait position pre-focus produce prop relaxed self-timer shadows Shaun Smith shoot Showing your photos shutter button shutter speed slightly smile spontaneous subject look sure take good photos take photos Take several photos take the shot taking pictures telephoto lens telephoto or zoom tripod viewfinder wide-angle lens zoom lens