The Basic Shooting Skills of House Hold Cameras

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Nowadays, the house hold digital camera has become a basic play tool for lots of friends. But how do the novices use the house hold cameras? And what is the right way for them to use these cameras?

House Hold Digital Camera

House Hold Digital Camera

Today, I will introduce some tips for you to learn how to use your house hold cameras. Hope these will help you a lot:

1. Set the parameters of the digital camera

In the settings menu of digital cameras, generally it will provide a variety of parameter settings, including image resolution, focus styles, aperture, shutter, etc.. For a digital camera, the most important and the most commonly used is image resolution settings. As the digital camera has a variety of parameter settings, therefore you must check the camera settings menu to confirm whether the resolution, shutter parameter is set correctly before each shot. Otherwise, the picture may not reach the desire effect.

Note: When setting the resolution of digital cameras, you should try to use the highest resolution.

2. Try to make the object being photographed within the frame body

When using a digital camera, in order to achieve a better result, you should try to choose the highest resolution, and make the object being photographed within the frame body.

If you only want to take a single object, for example an operation part, or a specimen, at this time the shot object should be fulfilled the frame. As to the composition of a picture, you can choose not to take it into consideration.

3. Correctly use the light and flash.

Since the digital camera uses the built-in image sensor (CCD chip) to pick up images. Therefore, only under the appropriate light conditions, you take good photos.

Before photographing, you should try your best to create a good light condition. The conventional film also affects by illumination degree. But for the film which is slightly less exposure, it can be corrected in post production, and its tone and color quality are less dependent on light intensity. Due to the characteristics of CCD chip, the digital camera is completely dependent on the light conditions. If the light is too strong, photos will have the banded interference which is can’t be interfered easily. On the other hand, because the CCD chip has certain sensitivity, so if the light is too dark to reach the minimum illuminance requirements range of digital camera, the photos will be shot in a very worse effect.

Most digital cameras have a built-in flash, generally they have four choices: flash, no flash, red eye reduction flash and automatic flash. Automatic flash this position is determined by the illuminance detection of the camera to the shot object. Unlike other light, flash is not so easy to control. The flash light flash can be easily reflected back by nearby objects, and format some uneven spot in the picture.

4. Adjusting the color temperature.

We all know the color film has two types of daylight and lamplight. This is in order to apply to different light environment. The color temperature of daylight is 5400K, and the color temperature of lamplight is 3200K.

The digital camera uses a CCD chip as the sensor, it has no different types of light source. In order to adapt to different light environment, it uses the white balance adjustment method to correct the color temperature of photos. White balance digital camera control is divided into two types: manual and automatic. Manual adjustment has a better flexibility, it can create a beat all artistic effect which can make the white balance of digital photos more accurate. But manual adjustment is more difficult to master. Automatically adjustment can make sure there is little deviations of the shooting effect, but it is difficult to create a special artistic effect or accurate white balance. The color temperature of light source will has great influence on the digital photos, so when taking photos with a digital camera, you must adjust well the white balance according to the different shooting environment.

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