Using Black and White Film

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Black and white film creates a timeless simple look. Itís wonderful for portraits and formal events. After shooting a few rolls of b&w youíll notice that you start to pay attention to composition of your image more, since you donít have to worry about color. If youíre just learned photography try using b&w film for awhile it will help you teach yourself good composition. Think of light and dark, black and white, and good composition and youíll find that b&w film could be a whole new hobby for you.

Copyright 2004 Kelly Paal Kelly Paal is a Freelance Nature and Landscape Photographer, exhibiting nationally and internationally. Recently she started her own business Kelly Paal Photography (www.kellypaalphotography.com). She has an educational background in photography, business, and commercial art. She enjoys applying graphic design and photography principles to her web design.


Using Film Speed Effectively

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800 to 1200 Made for capturing fast moving subjects in all types of lighting situations. People running, playing ball, etc. This isrepparttar film you want if you want to freeze framerepparttar 116216 action of a baseball game. This film speed can be used for capturing fast moving wildlife, like birds, but you will see less detail if you enlarge above a 16 by 20 size. 1600 This film is for super high speed shots. Unless you shooting a car or boat race you probably wonít need this film. Donít use this for nature and landscape imagesrepparttar 116217 lack of detail will be obvious in enlargements. Most ofrepparttar 116218 time youíll only need a 400 speed film for basic snapshots. But it doesnít hurt to userepparttar 116219 other speeds for special occasions, youíll notice a difference.

Copyright 2004 Kelly Paal Kelly Paal is a Freelance Nature and Landscape Photographer, exhibiting nationally and internationally. Recently she started her own business Kelly Paal Photography (www.kellypaalphotography.com). She has an educational background in photography, business, and commercial art. She enjoys applying graphic design and photography principles to her web design.


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