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How to take better photographs

How to take better photographs

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Or perhaps you need imagery to include in your organisation's communications, but want to avoid the pitfalls of copyright and crediting which can come with using other people's work rather than creating your own imagery. This guide gives some tips for taking good quality photographs, focussing on 'the four Fs' of photography. Or perhaps you need imagery to include in your organisation's communications, but want to avoid the pitfalls of copyright and crediting which can come with using other people's work rather than creating your own imagery. This guide gives some tips for taking good quality photographs, focussing on 'the four Fs' of photography.
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lauren.bernard@ncvo.org.uk lauren.bernard@ncvo.org.uk ; wooodrow@gmail.com
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Want to take photographs to help share the story of your charity's good work with the world?

Or perhaps you need imagery to include in your organisation's communications, but want to avoid the pitfalls of copyright and crediting which can come with using other people's work rather than creating your own imagery.

This guide gives some tips for taking good quality photographs, focussing on 'the four Fs' of photography.

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