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Kevin Davis submitted this photo of his daughter, which he took with his Canon XSI. To avoid blown-out backgrounds don’t shoot your subjects against windows or glass doors. Place them where the lighting is most flattering and evenly distributed. Secondly, when shooting portraits, try to get your subject to make eye contact with the camera. Make sure the eyes are in focus and your subject is correctly exposed.

__—Linzee Karasik
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*= This part of the camera is called the lens
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