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    Default Misty/Foggy - what setting to use?

    Hi,

    Going up to Genting Highlands, first time using 350D. What setting will be good for such misty and foggy place - outdoor shot?

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    Default Re: Misty/Foggy - what setting to use?

    For mist and fog - none.

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    Default Re: Misty/Foggy - what setting to use?

    Quote Originally Posted by Kodomo
    Hi,

    Going up to Genting Highlands, first time using 350D. What setting will be good for such misty and foggy place - outdoor shot?
    stand closer to shoot... dun use a long lens...
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    Default Re: Misty/Foggy - what setting to use?

    Quote Originally Posted by Del_CtrlnoAlt
    stand closer to shoot... dun use a long lens...
    when standing inside misty / foggy conditions, avoid using flash - same reason you are advised not to use headlights in mist / fog, all you would see is the reflection of the light on the mist / fog immediately infront of you.

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    Default Re: Misty/Foggy - what setting to use?

    Quote Originally Posted by Cactus jACK
    when standing inside misty / foggy conditions, avoid using flash - same reason you are advised not to use headlights in mist / fog, all you would see is the reflection of the light on the mist / fog immediately infront of you.
    get ready a fog lamp...

    i think generally the pics would be somewhat dark also... (the fog & mist = 18% grey)

    use high iso, open aperture.
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    Default Re: Misty/Foggy - what setting to use?

    Quote Originally Posted by student
    For mist and fog - none.
    agree, nothing will help at all.

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