Lynne Eodice

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Lynne Eodice Posted: Jul 01, 2002 0 comments

Taking pictures on vacation gives you visual souvenirs of your trip—memories you'll enjoy sharing with family and friends for a long time. When travelling, we experience new cultures and scenery, and tend to view everything with a sense of wonder and adventure. So bring lots of film (or take a...
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Lynne Eodice Posted: Apr 01, 2002 6 comments

Capturing Sports Action

If you love shooting sports—whether it's a children's Little League or professional Major League game—timing is everything. Grabbing the shot at just the right moment takes a lot of practice, patience, and film (or a large-capacity memory card). You can do...

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Lynne Eodice Posted: Mar 01, 2002 1 comments

Great Pet Photos With Your Compact Camera

As with children, it's best to shoot pictures of pets at their level. This means lying on the floor or on the ground in most cases. It's the best way to capture the animal's expression, and reveals something about what the world is like from their...

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Lynne Eodice Posted: Dec 01, 2001 0 comments

Cities offer a great diversity of photo opportunities, like architecture, historic landmarks, interesting people, and parks—new subjects can appear around every street corner. It's fun to photograph icons that represent the flavor of the urban spot you're visiting, whether it's chili peppers in...
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Lynne Eodice Posted: Jul 01, 2001 8 comments

Photo opportunities are abundant on vacations, so you'll want to keep your compact camera handy and loaded with film. The events you'll capture on film are visual souvenirs of your adventures and the destinations you visited.

A lot of people enjoy shooting pictures of their friends, spouse or...

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Lynne Eodice Posted: Oct 01, 2000 Published: Sep 01, 2000 0 comments

Photographing wildlife presents special challenges, especially if you own a compact camera. You may not have the powerful lenses that professionals use, but you can still do nicely with a moderate telephoto setting on your point-and-shoot camera, if it has one. As with household pets, wild animals...
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Lynne Eodice Posted: Jul 01, 2000 0 comments

Perhaps one of the biggest misconceptions that people have about scenic photography is the notion that the beauty of a scene will automatically be captured by a camera—all you need to do is simply point and shoot at random. After all, spectacular mountains or azure seas are awe-inspiring to...

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