If photography is your cup of tea or if you’ve been tasked with taking graduation photos for a family or friend, you’ll want to check out this fun video on phtoography tips. The video covers 50 different tips in less than 15 minutes and will likely help you get those perfect photos.
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Our other tip for graduation photos? If you’re shooting with a dSLR, make sure you set the camera so that you can shoot consecutive frames faster. This will be most convenient when the graduate is on stage. By capturing multiple frames during these 5-10 seconds, you’ll be able to select the good (non-blink/ackward) shots to save.