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Robert Godwin

Robert Godwin has been covering the non-profit scene in Austin from the time of blue jeans and backyard barbeques to the black-tie galas of today. With over 20,000 events recorded by word and photo, Godwin leads the leagues in rubber chicken consumption. As a constant witness to the power of publicity, he now seeks to enlist a legion of assistants by sharing his knowledge of the publicity process.

Camera Settings for Success

Posted at August 26, 2011 by Comments Off on Camera Settings for Success

Keep Austin Giving recently hosted “Point, Shoot, Submit”, a seminar on getting the most out of your digital photos. Here are a few highlights.

Today’s “point and shoot” cameras offer a wealth of abilities that are frequently undiscovered. Their default settings are figured to maximize capacity and photo opportunities. By changing a few settings, you can end up with a publication quality photo.

Below is a broad overview of typical settings. For a longer explanation, click here to download more information on Camera Settings Tips.

Image Size
Default settings tent to make a good 4×6 print. Select a larger size for higher resolution or larger images.

ISO Setting
Determines the camera’s sensitivity to light. Automatic is generally ok, but needs to be adjusted when taking indoor and outdoor photos.

Flash
When taking photos inside, force the flash to fire every time.

Category : Tips
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