Taking better farm photos

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Here's the powerpoint from my presentation at the Cornell Small Farms "Telling Better Stories" workshop. For more information please visit http://FarmMarketingSolutions.com

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  • 1. John SuscovichFarm Marketing Solutions

2. Necessary Equipment Smart Phone Point & Shoot Camera 3. F.A.R.TBefore Taking a Photo KenRockwell.com 4. Feel you feel like taking a Walk around your farm untilphotograph. Look for inspiration. 5. Ask to take a picture. Ask yourself why you are about Quickly analyze what makes this particular situationinteresting. This will become second nature. It can be fun toinspect what makes things interesting, it also makesfor better photos. 6. Refine photograph interesting? What specifically makes this Make THAT the focus of your image. Is there another angle that could make it moreinteresting? Get rid of anything that distracts from the mainfocus of the photo. 7. Take camera are set to Make sure the settings on yourcapture the image the way you see it. Take a few photos. Digital photos are easy toedit, organize, and delete. You only kick yourself forthe pictures you dont take. 8. 3 Things You Can Concentrate onRight Now to Take Better Photos FramingInterestLighting 9. Framing 10. Rule of Thirds 11. Interest 12. Lighting 13. FarmMarketingSolutions.com John Suscovich