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How To Take Better Holiday Photos

The holiday season is a perfect time to gather your loved ones and take some family photos. Whether it be to send out Christmas cards to distant family and friends, or just for keepsakes to put in a photo album (or Fracture for your walls!), we’ve compiled a list of  five tips for any beginner or amateur photographer to take great holiday photos. 1. Create your background. Even though indoor photography is tricky because of lighting limitations, the go-to holiday …

The Exposure Triangle: Three Camera Settings That Will Improve Your Photos

Having creative control over your digital photos begins with understanding how your camera interacts with light. Exposure has to do with how bright or dark your photo is, and is controlled by three main settings on your camera: ISO, aperture, and shutter speed. This trifecta is also known as “the exposure triangle,” and understanding how the elements work by themselves and together will allow you to better predict the outcome of a photo. Using the manual settings on your camera gives …