2nd October 2003, 12:00 PM
2nd October 2003, 12:24 PM
if you are hand holding, you would want to use the biggest apperture, rendering the shortest possible exposure so as to eliminate hand shake.
ignore if you are using it with tripod. use long exposure to create artistic motion trails.
regarding white balance, see the conditions and set accordingly manualy. the auto white balence in many camera are not accurate. i use a nikon. the auto wb is not fantastic. dunno about the canon though.
2nd October 2003, 12:26 PM
looking at your pics, the colours are very warm... if you like it that way. then stay at the current wb settting. but if you want cooler tones, set to tungsten wb. cheers!
2nd October 2003, 08:47 PM
Did u use a tripod for the Fullerton Hotel shoot?
Any touch up for the Merlion?
I love it. Slightly warm but I still love it.
But then again, I am a newbie. hee hee
3rd October 2003, 12:31 AM
Originally Posted by Waz
Yeah... night shots definitely need tripod. Did slight touch-ups on the merlion pic. Used photoshop to remove some small bright spots in the dark background caused by the boat spotlights.
Keep shooting... me a newbie too!!