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How to capture the perfect fall scene


(NC) Even if you’re not a photographer, with the onset of fall, there are countless photo opportunities. Thanksgiving, Halloween, holiday get-togethers all include moments you might want to capture forever.

Whether you’re using a smartphone or a DSLR camera, there are some easy ways to turn a quick snap into a frameable memory:

  • Check out YouTube videos or other online resources to learn more about how camera and phone settings affect your final picture. Consider learning about shutter speed, lenses and exposure to get the perfect photo.
  • Get candid. While posed photos are great, some of the best moments come in between the expected shots. Be prepared to keep snapping.
  • Don’t forget about editing. Ensure your software is up to date and that you’ve got a top-notch monitor, such as the LG UltraFine, that provides vivid colour display and resolution and enables precise and quick viewing and editing, regardless of the angle.

Now that you’ve got your perfectly edited shots, load them up as a carousel on a wide-screen monitor, and load up your favourite publishing software to create your next photo project.

For more information on the best displays for fall photography, check out lg.ca.


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