Taking Better Pictures

In Culture on January 9, 2009 at 10:12 pm

photo courtesy of the Library of Congress

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Today, cameras come in all shapes and sizes; cameras that fit in our pockets, cameras on our laptops and cameras on our phones. All this translates into lots of photographs of just about everything and everyone in our lives. But in this surplus of images, how many are worth keeping or sharing? This conversation with Curt Wilkinson, Assistant Professor of Communications at the Moody Bible Institute, takes a look at both why we take pictures and how to make them better.

If you’d like more information about the Kodak guidelines, click here.

If you’d like to hear the complete 20-minute conversation with Curt, click here.

  1. Great info! Now that you’re following the Kodak Guidelines to taking great photos, what are you going to do with you beautiful pictures? 😉

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