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|The photographer wanted a picture of this woman. What could the photographer do differently so that you can see her face more clearly?
[Move so the light is not behind her]
|Now, with no light behind her, you can see her more clearly.|
|What should the photographer do differently here?|
|The photographer wanted a picture of this man's face, but all you can see is his mouth. What should the photographer do differently?
[Move the camera farther back]
|The photographer wanted a picture of this cat, but now thinks this picture looks boring. What might make a better picture of this cat?
[Move closer; get the camera lower]
|The photographer wanted a picture of this cat playing with the ball. Pictures of something that is moving quickly may turn out blurry-- sometimes you want that, but if you don't want it, only take pictures of something still or slow-moving.|