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    Default Setting for Indoor Exhibition

    Hi I'm new to indoor Motorshow Exhibition photography. Typically the lights are quite bright at the show.

    I have a FinePix S6500fd. To achieve a sharp image and yet capture the beauty of a model

    What setting should I use :
    1. White Balance - any need to adjust for Fluorescent Light ?
    2. Sharpness - soft, normal, hard ?
    3. ISO - 100, 200 or 400 ?
    4. Any need to compenstate for exposure due to the bright light ?


    many thanks in advance for advice

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    Default Re: Setting for Indoor Exhibition

    Quote Originally Posted by vincecarlo View Post
    Hi I'm new to indoor Motorshow Exhibition photography. Typically the lights are quite bright at the show.

    I have a FinePix S6500fd. To achieve a sharp image and yet capture the beauty of a model

    What setting should I use :
    1. White Balance - any need to adjust for Fluorescent Light ?
    2. Sharpness - soft, normal, hard ?
    3. ISO - 100, 200 or 400 ?
    4. Any need to compenstate for exposure due to the bright light ?


    many thanks in advance for advice
    even in the same hall, the lighting could be completely different, so there is no exact setting... you gotta test the way out yourself at the spot. and also darker car might need more exposure than a white car.

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    Default Re: Setting for Indoor Exhibition

    Trial and error... Use manual mode... fine tune the settings until you get the right one...

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    Default Re: Setting for Indoor Exhibition

    Quote Originally Posted by vincecarlo View Post
    Hi I'm new to indoor Motorshow Exhibition photography. Typically the lights are quite bright at the show.

    I have a FinePix S6500fd. To achieve a sharp image and yet capture the beauty of a model

    What setting should I use :
    1. White Balance - any need to adjust for Fluorescent Light ?
    2. Sharpness - soft, normal, hard ?
    3. ISO - 100, 200 or 400 ?
    4. Any need to compenstate for exposure due to the bright light ?


    many thanks in advance for advice
    is there a recommended setting??

    try a few shots with diff setting and will get it right liaoz...

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