A Livescan Fingerprinting & Photos

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A Livescan Fingerprinting & Photos
A Livescan Fingerprinting & Photos is listed in the Passport & Visa Services category in Los Angeles, California. Displayed below is the only current social network for A Livescan Fingerprinting & Photos which at this time includes a Facebook page. The activity and popularity of A Livescan Fingerprinting & Photos on this social network gives it a ZapScore of 36.

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3435 Wilshire Blvd
Los Angeles, CA 90010
(213) 388-0588

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A Livescan Fingerprinting & Photos has an overall ZapScore of 36. This means that A Livescan Fingerprinting & Photos has a higher ZapScore than 36% of all businesses on Zappenin. For reference, the median ZapScore for a business in Los Angeles, California is 31 and in the category is 48. Learn more about ZapScore.

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Get composition spot-on every time Whenever you look through your camera’s viewfinder, or line up a shot on the LCD screen, you take your first step towards composing a shot. There are lots of long-standing ‘rules’ regarding photo composition, many – such as the Golden Spiral and Golden Section – going back to classic painting techniques. Perhaps the most widely used rules in photography, and certainly one of the easiest to work with in the field, is the Rule of Thirds: it’s simple, yet effective. Just imagine two lines crossing the frame horizontally, and two crossing it vertically to divide it into thirds. Positioning key elements on these lines, such as a horizon on one of the horizontal lines, can produce a more dynamic image than having something dead centre in the frame. Placing key elements at the point where the lines intersect also serves as a powerful compositional device.

Using window light Position your model at an angle to the window and use a white or silver reflector to open up any shadows across their face. A silver reflector will give a crisper quality of light than a white one, although the effect won’t be as subtle.

Using a standard or telephoto lens Wide-angle lenses are a great choice for photographing environmental portraits, where you want to show a person within a specific context. However, wide-angle lenses used close-up will distort facial features and creative unflattering pictures.

High speed flash sync You need to know the maximum flash sync speed of your flashgun if you’re going to avoid flash exposure errors. The maximum flash sync is the fastest shutter speed at which normal flash photography is possible – typically 1/200 or 1/250sec.

Slow-sync flash photography Your camera’s slow-sync flash setting enables you to combine slower shutter speeds with flash. Many of your camera’s shooting modes are programmed to produce a well-exposed foreground subject with flash, but the background can look too dark. Slow-sync flash gets around this by combining a slower shutter speed with flash, ensuring that the flash output is balanced well with the ambient light.