Photography advices




Frame :  It is necessary to avoid placing the important subject at the


center of a photography .  In general a good report is 2 / 3 to 1 / 3 in


height and in width .  Photographic cameras have the possibility


to trace lines in the display corresponding to this report.    



Movement :When we photograph a subject in motion it is necessary to follow it with the camera up to after the shoot , thus the photograph is not blurred.


Movement : Subject in motion to the right : If  we put the subject to left we give the impression that it arrives otherwise we give the impression that it leaves .


Portrait :  When we photograph a human face it is necessary not to be near ( 2 to 3 meters ) and to use the zoom function otherwise the face is deformed .


Portrait :  When we photograph a human face looking to the right , it is much better that the subject is on the left to liberate the side of the look .


Portrait :  Think to not develop a possible imperfection of a face by choosing to take a photography of  face , profile, three quarter .


Children :  When we take a child or an animal photography it is counseled to place the camera at their height otherwise we obtain a domination effect of  the subject .



Zoom :  The numerical zoom vary the size of picture but without optical effect .


The photography is less well defined because points of the photograph are enlarged


 at the same time .  In principle we never have to use the numerical zoom .



Compression :  Practically all numerical images are compressed .  Choose the  less compressed format possible on camera and with the most pixels  .


Flash : The flash is a useful means when the place is very dark . The result is rarely convenient . Avoid if it is possible to use a flash. It is better to use a camera foot .


View-point :  It can be interesting to take a photography at a particular place or in an original position ( by placing ourselves  up or down ) .