The first photo I had cut the soccer coach from the original picture and pasted onto a photo of the Eiffel Tower.
The second photo I had to adjust the brightness, contrast, and color selection to make every thing look in place.
The third picture i had to remove blemishes, and adjust brightness and contrast.
Elements of Composition
Macro/Super Macro: To get good and clear photographs up close, use macro/super macro. Press the left arrow button at the right of the camera. That will bring you to a choice of 3 macro settings. Off,Macro, and Super Macro. To take photographs up close to a couple inches, use macro. To take photographs up close to about a couple centimeters, use super macro. You can also use the zoom switch instead of getting up close. To use the zoom witch, it is a switch on the outer of the button used to capture a photo at the top right of your camera.
Battery Replacement: To replace your battery, look under the camera. There should be a little door on the right. Pull the switch down and slide the little door to the right and lift up to reveal the battery compartment. The battery compartment contains 4 slots for the batteries. Make sure two batteries are facing with the butt up, and two facing with the butt down. To close, push the little door down and slide to the left. You should be able to hear a little click.
SD Card: To insert/eject the SD card, look at the bottom of the camera. There should be a little door on the right. Pul the switch down and slide the little door to the right and lift up to reveal the battery compartment. At the very top of the compartment, there should be a little slot. To insert the SD card and push it in until the card fits in the slot. To eject the SD card, push down and release, the card should pop up for you to take out. Then close the little door by pushing down and sliding it to the left. A clicking noise should be made.
View Photos: To view your photos, look at the bottom right of your camera. There should be a button with a rectangle with a triangle in it. Press that button to view you photos. To exit just press the photo capture button quickly.
An image was projected through a box and onto a paper to be traced.
Glass plates, lens, and extendable bellows were used.
A film could be developed into a picture quickly.
Law and Ethics
- Police and fire officials, have the right to restrict any photography who might interfere
- Cameras are not allowed in state and federal courts
- You are free to take pictures in public on public property