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Unformatted text preview: 7. If you see the camera shake icon, then you do not have enough light to hand hold the camera and you must find another area to shoot the reflections in. 7. FRAMING THE SHOT: Make sure that you frame the shot so that the spectator who looks at your picture can understand what kind of object the reflection is coming from. 8. For example, if it is a fender on a car, then the spectator must be able to understand that the reflection is from a fender on a car. Therefore, you must include enough of the object in the picture so that the spectator can understand that. 10. Be original and creative in choosing the reflective surfaces and objects. The more unusual the better. Avoid obvious mirrors unless you can add something new and unique to the picture. Try to surprise the spectator and yourself. 11. Show the 6 pictures to the professor for approval, then pick one to make a final print. 12. TITLE: 3_Mysterious Presence Intro to Photo sec 03 or 04 Your Name...
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