You took some daylight pictures, and you didn’t like the results.

Here are some helpful hints.

If you’re taking a portrait, position your subject so the sun is about 45 degrees over your left or right shoulder.

You want to keep the sun out of the subjects eyes.

For a landscape picture, position the sun directly behind you.

In the manual settings, you can adjust the Aperture, ISO, or Shutter speed to adjust the lighting.

The Aperture, ISO, or Shutter Speed will be discussed on a future blog.