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Jasper Huitink : November 18th 2005 - 17:10 CET

Lindemans Wines annual photography contest


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NewsLindemans Wines annual photography contest : The single most photographed event during the holiday season is the toast. Of the 40 million photos Americans take each day in the last three months of the year, the dinner-table toast is easily the most captured moment. After all, nothing symbolizes living, loving and laughing like raising a full glass of wine with family and friends. To ensure that you capture this and other festive holiday moments without flaw, professional photographer Nick Kelsh has crafted some tips as part of the second annual Lindemans Wines amateur photography contest. "Taking great holiday photos is easy, as long as you follow a few simple guidelines," Kelsh said.
Lindemans Wines annual photography contestDigital photography tips
• Get closer
A lot of photographers shoot picture after picture of little tiny people centered in a big scene full of distracting details. Let the subject fill the frame. Good close-ups have emotional impact.
• Push the button a lot
Digital photography allows you to shoot more pictures without much added expense. Take advantage of it. The fewer pictures you take, the greater the chance you'll miss a good moment.
• Turn off your flash
Flash ruins natural light and tends to create that deer-in-the-headlights look. Use windows and other natural light sources to create a dramatic picture. Rembrandt built a career around it.
• Be ready for the unexpected
After you've become acquainted with your camera spend some time with the instruction book. When you confidently know how to use your camera the fun begins. Your pictures will be more spontaneous and the subject matter more diverse.
• Plan your group shots
Before you gather the family, visualize where you want to pose them. If the group is large enough you may want to stand on a ladder or a chair. Just about everybody looks better, and five pounds lighter, when they're looking up.





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