In Part 1 of our feature on taking fabulous family portraits, travel writer Frances Atkins covered camera selection, clothing and depth of field. Today the guide continues with a look at composition, using timers and remote viewfinders for your shots and the all important matter of what to do when you’ve taken that perfect family portrait!
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Following our look at taking the perfect holiday photo published earlier in the summer, travel writer Frances Atkins is back with another guest feature, this time focusing (ha!) on capturing your loved ones in the perfect family portrait. Today we publish Part 1 and you can look forward to Part 2 arriving later in the week. Over to Frances.
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Following on from the first part of our guide to taking the perfect holiday photo, travel writer Frances Atkins is back with the second and final part of the guide, which looks at experimenting with your camera and the editing process. Over to Frances!
Following our recent guide to Reorganising Your Digital Photo Collection, travel writer Frances Atkins features today on We Got Served with a guest post concerning a subject dear to my heart – capturing those special holiday memories with the perfect holiday photo. You’ll find some great tips here today, and in the second part of the series tomorrow, but make sure to add your own tips and tricks, or requests for help (!) in the comments below. Over to Frances!
In previous parts of this series on tidying up the chaos that is your (or at least is my) digital photo collection, we reorganised our photo folders and de-duplicated our photo files. Things are going well – we have lovely, date-ordered folders and all of our duplicate photos have been zapped. But we’re not there yet. Dig into the folders, and you’ll still see those annoying, meaningless photo file names generated by digital cameras – DSC1634.jpg? P76376.jpg? Not helpful, when you want to sort those folders in OS X Finder or Windows’ File Explorer. So, we’re heading on a path to automatically rename all of our photo files based on the date the photos were taken. But before we do that, we need to talk EXIF.
In the first part of our guide to reorganising your digital photo collection, we migrated all of our photos into a newly created folder structure, with a Year > Month > Day hierarchy. Today, we’ll take a look at another common issue that will bite you unless you stay on top of it – photo duplication.
After almost ten years of digital snapping, my photo library was a mess. Sure, I’d managed to collect everything into yearly folders – but from there, chaos. Different cameras with different file naming conventions little photos with strange, unintelligible titles – P1067824.jpg? Sure, I know exactly what that it and and where to file it. Ham fisted attempts to back up files meant that I had bits of my photo library spread across multiple machines, with heavy amount of duplication. It was time to take control, create order from chaos and do so with the power of automation. This is how to tidy up your digital photo collection.
Whilst the Samsung Galaxy Camera was launched last last year with a lot of fuss, accessories for the new Android-powered device have been thin on the ground. A Samsung-branded case sneaked out into the market at the beginning of the year, and accompanying it, a standalone charger kit. Today we take a look at the latter.
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