We Call the Shots

The blog that tells you the qualities found in a good photo.

We Call the Shots

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Uh oh! This photograph turned out very bright and the flash of the camera came on, distracting the runner. When taking pictures at outdoor sporting events, be sure to adjust settings according to the lighting and do not use flash unless necessary. Photo by Paige Glasgow.
So close! The camera was not in focus when the picture was taken, so the image is completely blurred. When taking a good photo be sure to have it in focus when taking a picture, some cameras automatically adjust.

Jolee Smith

What’s the point? This photo was irrelevant to the event in which the pictures were being taken. When taking a good quality photo for a purpose be sure that all images are relevant and make sense, avoiding posed photos is best.

Jolee Smith

This picture was not taken at a flattering angle considering you can not see the runners’ faces or any action going on. Try to take photos that show what you are taking photos of and what is going on in the photo. Photo by Paige Glasgow.

Jolee Smith