Dave’s 5 Crappy Photo Tips

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As promised on Episode 53, here are my 5 crappy photo tips:

  1. Don’t put your finger over the lens.
    • While this may seem like an obvious tip, you’d be surprised how often this happens. I have photos to prove it.
  2. Make sure your subject is in focus.
    • Unless you’re going for an “artsy fartsy” look, use the focus button setting thing.
  3. Keep your camera dry.
    • Since most cameras these days are electronic, they won’t work if they get wet.
    • Pro Tip (ding) use a waterproof camera if you’ll be taking underwater photos.
  4. Don’t take photos while jumping on a trampoline.
    • For whatever reason, most photos turn out blurry if you move around a lot.
    • If available, use something stable to set your camera on. See Fixed Annuities.
  5. Don’t take photos in front of the sun.
    • I didn’t letter in maths, but even I know you should have more light in front of your subject than behind.
    • If you you’re taking pictures of behinds, then ignore the above tip.

I hope you have enjoyed reading these crappy tips as much as I have writing them. If for some reason you still have questions on taking better photos, let us know!

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