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Taking Useful Photos for Scrapbooks

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When you are taking photos on a trip or photos you know will end up in one of your albums you need to think about how you will use that photo so you can get the most out of your film. Often when we take photos they are just impulse photos. Candid shots are wonderful and spontaneous but you can maximize your film and get wonderful shots by thinking about the photo you want to take before you take it. Providing you have good, patient subjects you can focus a photo

properly to only get the amount of background you want in the photo and save yourself some cropping time later.

Digital photography is also a good option because then you keep only the photos you want and retake them while you are in the moment.

Once you have had the opportunity to examine the photo you can decide if it is what you want before you move on to the next item of interest on your sightseeing trip.


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