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    Default Taking quick snaps.

    Hi are there certain settings you should use or maybe camera models you should use to take quick and clear pictures of people, vehicles or basically moving objects that you need to snap in seconds.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jones24 View Post
    Hi are there certain settings you should use or maybe camera models you should use to take quick and clear pictures of people, vehicles or basically moving objects that you need to snap in seconds.
    Like some had suggest on the other thread that you've open, understand the basics of ISO/SHUTTER SPEED / APERTURE.

    Even if you have the best camera yet you dont understand these settings, it will be no point at all.


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    Default Re: Taking quick snaps.

    TS, you might want to read this and understand the concepts...

    http://www.clubsnap.com/forums/showthread.php?t=309544

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    TS

    All your questions so far bring you to nowhere. Suggest you follow what other bro had advised. Go online and pick up the subjects you are interested to read. Aperture, shutter speed, ISO, composition, landscape, candid, sports, macro etc. These reads will bring you much further in the understanding of photography than disjointed questions you've raised so far, including... lol

    http://www.clubsnap.com/forums/showthread.php?t=1383061

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    There are no one setting suit all, or best camera to use. Have to depend where u are, what your main subject etc (bright lighting? Taking F1 race car? Person standing there or moving around?)

    Else just get the top camera of diff brand, eg Canon 1Dx or Nikon 4Ds, or top model from Sony, Pentax etc. Then use Auto mode and everyone can take great picture already.

    If dun like to read (I myself dun really like to read), can watch youtube videos to understand more about lighting etc.

    Can try this site --> AdoramaTV
    This video talk about Exposure (aperture, shutter speed, iso) --> Exposure — Adorama Photography TV

    Know what your existing camera is capable of, and what it limitation. Think way to work around the limitation if possible.

    Enjoy
    Last edited by huatman; 20th March 2014 at 10:34 AM.

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    the best camera is the one you are holding in your hand.
    the camera operator will get more skilled by reading the manual
    the camera operator will get more skilled by reading photographic books and guides recommended by seniors here in Clubsnap.

    The camera operator should desist on focusing on gear as if it will magically make a great image. Pablo Picasso was a great painter not because he owned a great paintbrush (or set of it), but because he had artistic vision and technical skill to execute it. Acquiring the technical skill to execute your vision is the first step and you MUST make the effort to at least understand how your camera collects light (exposure triangle).

    A rabbit with Picasso's brush is just a rabbit. Unless the rabbit learns how to use the brush and the basics of art (composition),it will merely be holding a tool which it does not know how to use.
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    It's called the automatic mode.
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