In my previous post, I showed you how to make a simple, pretty photo look amazing. But what if you want it to look even better? If you are new to photo editing, there are a few things to consider.
To begin with, you need a good background. One of the easiest ways is to simply choose your background. I usually use a photo I like, but you can use whatever one you like.
I’m in my own little world of photo editing when it comes to digital cameras. I don’t like clicking pictures in order to get the best possible results. So I like to use my old Kodak Ektar as my background. But do you really need a background? I suppose not.
Photography is a personal preference thing, so I dont know if you want to be in the background or not. I like to be in the background, I just dont think it matters that much, but there it is. Now that you have a background, it is time to start exploring. There are a few things you should do before you begin.
1. If you want to do anything with the pictures you have just taken, use the zoom function of your camera. You can do this by pressing the zoom button, or the shift button. But the zoom function also gives you the option to change your camera’s focus, which you can also do by pressing the shift key. This is very useful, because sometimes you dont want the background to be too sharp.
If you want to use the zoom function, you can change the camera’s focus by clicking the focus icon. The camera’s focus is actually the focus of your camera, but you can change it by changing the camera’s focus.
If your camera doesn’t have a focus icon, you have to set it manually by pressing the shift key to zoom in. This is also useful because you don’t want to zoom in on anything but the background because the camera will zoom out when you zoom in.
To get a sharper image you can use the “zoom out” function. This is a small, icon on the bottom right corner of your screen.
If you do this, you can get one of the most beautiful images you’ve ever seen, because the camera will automatically focus. This can be a bit of a pain because it’s a lot of work to zoom out and focus, so don’t do this unless you have a pretty good, steady hand and/or good eyesight.