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Nature Tales issue #30 -- Macro Photography LCD
December 05, 2008
Tips and Tricks For Taking The Best Nature and Flower Pictures You Have Ever Taken
Welcome to Nature Tales, the newsletter with insider tips for getting the most from your nature photographs. We will be sharing some of our secrets and strategies for better pictures and some don'ts for those not so good shots.
December 5, 2008 Issue #320
"A special note: All links in this newsletter open in a new window. If you try to open one and it doesn't work, try holding down your [ctrl] key and enter at the same time."
Table of Contents:
You are not a human doing but rather a human being...Dr. Wayne W. Dyer
A Better View - LCD or Viewfinder?
Using LCD Instead of Viewfinder - LCD stands for Liquid Crystal Display. When I first got my camera I would use the viewfinder to take all of my pictures. This was a carry over from my film camera days I think. Then as I learned more about the digital camera I discovered that my pictures come out better if I use the LCD display. This setting uses up the batteries faster but the results are worth it.
I have talked to some people who say it is hard to use the LCD because they can't see the picture. And I must admit that there are times when I am not sure if my shot is clear or not. Needing glasses to read, there are times when I don't notice that my picture is blurry until I load it onto my computer. But even so, using the display instead of the viewfinder at least helps me to compose my pictures before I take the shot.
See you next time when we explore Tip Number Three - Please don't flash me..
If you prefer reading all five tips now you can read 5 Ways to Get More From Your Macro Photography here...
Wisdom Flash - Terri Amos-Britt - Spiritual Warrior
Terri is a Spiritual Coach and it shows in her beautiful words and pictures of this little video. Enjoy the soothing wisdom as you choose to follow your spiritual path.
Terri Amos and Wisdom Flash presents - "Spiritual Warrior"
Are you thinking about starting your own art or photography website? Do you have questions about where to start?
Download - Make Your Net Auction Sell
You are not alone. Have you ever considered selling your art and photography on Ebay? I have and you can take my word for it, you really can sell your art at auctions.
But many times people feel like Ebay owns them instead of the other way around. Does it seem like there are just too many hoops to jump through? Here is a book that will guide you from beginning to a profitable business using auction sites.
Click on the book image to download MYNAS. But before you jump in with MYNAS take a moment to Read Me First.
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