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To optimize the quality of ones portrait photos a photographer must combine a series of camera techniques A photo is a piece of art used to capture a moment in time For a photographer to beautify the appearance of the photos he takes he must know how his camera works The photographer must adjust his aperture to suit the type of film he has and know how to load the film Stillness is a key factor in taking a quality photo If the camera is shaken during the time that the shutter is opening and closing it will cause the photo to appear blurry A tripod a three-legged stand that screws into your camera is often used to prevent the shaking of a camera It is Leaning against a pole or tree will lesson a photographers shaking if he has unsteady hands or a large lens that weights down the front of the camera Many cameras have grids drawn inside of the lens like the one on the left The purpose of this grid is to show the photographer if his picture is in focus When the picture is not quite in focus a small distortion of lines will appear within the circles The inner circle will have a slightly different distortion than the outer circle The photographer should first make the background match up reasonably with the outer circle Then with both eyes open the photographer must adjust the lens to make the inner and outer circles match up When the camera is in focus both the inner and outer circle should appear as clear as the background There should not be any distortion lines in the circles Glasses or contacts if they are prescribed should always be worn by the photographer when adjusting the lens to focus a photo This will guarantee maximum clarity Placement of the target the photographer is trying to capture in
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