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Casio's new Exilim EX-Z450 and EX-Z90 digicams feature a new Intelligent Autofocus system that will automatically detect any subject.
Sally Smith-Clemens walks us through using the 820's neat panorama mode, which will automatically take three shots in sequence as you pan the camera across your subject(s), then stitch them together right in the camera.
Because cameras are designed for the greatest comfort when held in a horizontal orientation, the vast majority of photos are horizontal. But many subjects lend themselves to vertical framing. For example, when taking a photo of a tall statue, it's worth flipping the camera onto its side.
"If your pictures aren't good enough, you're not close enough." This observation was made by WWII photojournalist Robert Capa; and it's the most useful advice for improving your photos instantly.
The traditional way of creating a pleasing composition for a well-balanced picture, the Rule of Thirds has been used in fine arts for centuries.