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Cameras use different levels of in-camera image editing. Compact cameras will apply more sharpening to make the image look snappy. Advance compacts are more neutral and SLR cameras tend to have minimum editing or sharpening done in the camera. Keep in mind that the camera has only limited processing power, it was not really designed to perform unnecessary editing steps. Depending at what stage the user adjustments are made in the camera will determine if the changes are degrading the image file quality or not. When using PC image editing software one can take better care not to negatively impact file quality. How does it happen that the image file are damaged? When working with JPEG files one should always work on a copy and not the original. The JPEG format further compress the file every time it is saved therefore degrading the file.I also made a video for a preview of <a href=“http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q24y1xL2_bY”>Canon powershot camera</a>, please take a look and let me know what you think.

Because light and shadow come to the fore in black and white photography, play with the framing in your pictures. Taking black and white photos framed by, say, the branches of a tree or an architectural arch can produce beautiful effects. Black and white photos can add an air of romance, class, timelessness and mystery to otherwise ordinary photographs. A run-of-the-mill color photo may look entirely different when seen in black and white. For this reason, both wedding and gothic photography have embraced the timeless quality of black and white photos.

After you?ve been processing your photos for a little while, some lessons about how digital photography works ? and the limitations and strengths it has ? will become more apparent to you. You can then keep these in mind when shooting and change your settings or shooting technique to avoid running into any problems and make the most of the format.

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