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Shooting a Portrait with Your Digital Camera
How to Avoid the Shakes in Your Digital Photos
Using the Rule of Thirds in Your Digital Photos

How to Take Great Landscape Photos with Your Digital Camera

Avoid splitting your photo in half with the horizon.

Place the horizon a third of the way down from the top if you want to emphasize the foreground or a third of the way up from the bottom if they want to focus on the background and sky.

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