"Many have forgotten this truth but you must not forget it. We remain responsible forever for what we have tamed." Antoine de Saint-Exupery
It's not that hard if you know a couple tricks of the trade. ;)- Understand your settings. The portrait setting (with low depth-of-field) can realy make a subject "pop".- Get closer. Generally close-up photos look better.- Take advantage of natural light. If you have "unreliable" equipment (?) then it's time to get a new camera... or:- Depending on what your post is about, you can find very good Creative Commons photos on Flickr. You don't even need a camera in order to find great photos to use for your posts. Just make sure the photos you use are available under a CC license.
Thanks for the tips! Getting pictures when the camera is working is not to hard..... the camera part is the big IF!I am thinking the suggest to get new equipment is best, my real problems is my batteries. No matter how much I charge them, they don't stay charged. Most annoying!I do love the flicker suggestion, though, I am going to have to check that out....
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