slowly..step by step.. i think TS is too overly excited and bit paranoid. Just keep shooting, keep trying keep reading and keep learning.
If u are keen u will improve. Enjoy the moment. dont think too much and etc. Being able to be there is what it matters most.. have photo is a plus..having good photo is a bonus.
Have been playing around with the camera during the cruise and understand a bit more what to do with the camera...thanks all for the help and info...will definitely keep shooting for the pictures.....to me the story in a picture is more important, but I also wanna make when a moment is there...I dun screw up the shots hahah.....
Hope you had fun for your cruise and happy reading!
And you're right, the story is also important, you can get the most appropriate exposure but if the picture is not interesting then also no use. But exposure can be there to aid you in telling your story, setting the mood etc
Would be interested to know who can get good shots in these situations and what settings they use, I tried high ISO, which slows the shutter speed, so I end up with correct exposure but blurry kids. Quickening the shutter speed eliminates the blurry kids, but also makes the picture look like it was taken in a cave!
Haha. Yeah. I spotted that too and thought it was odd.Originally Posted by Rashkae
I understand the "Sunny 16" rule! I'm one of the chosen ones! Yay! Hahaha!Originally Posted by oceanpriest