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High School Senior Photography – Bothell Photographer August 25, 2013

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High School Senior Photography By Acclaimed Photography Seattle, WA

High School Senior Photography By Acclaimed Photography Seattle, WA

High school seniors…. Do you want to have creative portraits for your

senior photos? Acclaimed Photography photographs high school seniors on

locations they select. Call us today or visit our website!!

Acclaimed Photography

http://www.AcclaimedPhoto.com

(two-zero-six) two-two-eight/two-four-four-two

Key Words: High School Senior Photography, Senior Portraits, Seattle Photographer, Bothell Photographer, Unique Senior Portraits
 

Weekly Photo Tip – What makes photos blurry? July 15, 2008

Hello friends,

Have you ever had a photograph come out blurry? Well here are a couple of reasons why and solutions to help correct that issue.

There are a couple of reasons WHY your photo is blurry. One, the camera moved while you pressed the shutter, or the subject moved while you were taking the photo.

Solutions:

  • One solution is to use a tripod while taking photos. This is a very easy way to steady the camera while taking photos (especially in low light situations). Tripods come in a variety of sizes and styles.
  • Steady yourself. If you don’t have a tripod available you can steady yourself. A couple of ways to do that is to take a deep breath before you depress the shutter and stay still, lean up against a wall while you take the photo, or bring the camera close into you, giving you more stability.
  • Turn the flash on.
  • Increase the ISO. The ISO setting tells the camera how sensitive the image sensor inside the camera should be. The higher the ISO number, the more sensitive the sensor is to light.
  • Focus. Yes, this may seem obvious, but double check to make sure your lense (if you can adjust it, is in focus).

Enjoy! Kerri Kirshner

Acclaimed Photography

 

Weekly Photo Tip: Wait…. Don’t Delete…..From Your Camera! May 17, 2008

Ever find yourself deleting images from your camera?  Before you do please consider the following reasons NOT to:

1- The tiny LCD screen on the back of your camera is not color calibrated. It is hard to really see what IS on the screen. Sometimes the poor color of the LCD can make a good image look bad. Wait until you get home and download all your images onto your computer. View the images on a large screen and a better monitor–then use the delete key.

2-The LCD screen uses a lot of battery power. The more time you spend viewing and deleting the less time you have to take photos You may find yourself viewing and deleting your images and then end up with no battery power or images on your flash card.

3-Slippery fingers? Deleting one image may accidentaly end up deleting two…. one of which you did not intend to. It is possible to try and recover the accidentaly deleted image, but that means you cannot write over the deleted file. At this point you would need to put in a new flash card to continue photographing.

4-Distracting…. It is very destracting to edit your images as you are taking photos. While you are editing you may be missing ‘the moment’.

If you have anything to add, why it is NOT a good idea to delete right from the camera please leave a comment.

 

Kerri Kirshner

Acclaimed Photogrpahy

Take Time to Create a Memory

 

 

Red Ribbon Winner! April 9, 2008

Hello All~

For my first blog entry I wanted to share some exciting news. As many of you know I have belonged to The Seattle Professional Photographer’s Association (SPPA) for the past 4 years. I have recently started to enter the monthly competitions and this month I won 2nd place in the ‘portrait’ category.

Click on image for larger view. Please add comments to this blogsite if you wish.

Thanks, Kerri

www.AcclaimedPhoto.com

 

 

 
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