Will mostly on the menu and playing around.
Being able to control shutter speed and ISO to take low light pictures without tripod ( Of couse with some struggle which lead to the question on this thread hahah )
F-stop seems to be still abit confusing cause i thought the higher f stops will make the entire picture look clear but it doesn't happen all the time.
Am trying to make a point to shoot from M mode all the time and with the pictures taken, i try to make adjustment then... But i guess there are pros and cons to them especially when you are taking night shots without tripod. Faster shutter speed = higher iso = noisy picture.
What i am surprise ( Maybe asking too much from my camera ) is that in a bright restaurant, 1/60 shutter speed still create a under exposed picture at F4.5 ISO100.....
I guess thats where all the faster and lower Fstops lens market is huh.....
Please bear with me as im exploring all possibility ( Sometime its nonsense but hey.... im a newb and thats what they do..... Stupid things )
Btw you said that you can put the tripod on the wall? I don't think you meant wall right??
Thanks alot for the idea of purchasing a 7.5" though. thats a great suggestion.
How much does these cost?
Well actually what happen is that my friend went to germany on a holiday and took the shot of the dome. She didn't have a tripod and her ISO was still at 100. Its a canon 450D btw I played around with this picture ( the only one she had that was still ok according to her standard ) and felt that the photoshop might help in terms of lighting which lead to my question.
Eh...... how come the picture so small???
Anyway... due to environment ( As in its dark on the whole ) , picture did not look noisy.
Last edited by ziploc; 12th September 2009 at 01:07 PM.
har??? really? you consider this picture to be "not noisy"?Originally Posted by conkeychua
If you notice, the cathedral is totally 'blown'. There is hardly any detail left.
The sky looks like a water-colour painting, not a photograph.
regarding your question on higher f-stop, reducing the aperture (increasing the f-number) will result in greater depth of field. But it also reduces the amount of light entering the camera. Thus, the shutter speed will be reduced to compensate. If the shutter speed is slow enough, it introduces motion blur. Perhaps you shook the camera, or things in the background (eg trees) moved in the wind, etc...
was wondering there is a mode in canon where u can take 3 pic continously. under, normal and over expose right? how do u do tat?
Canon 450D/ F1.8 50MM/ EF-S 55- 250MM/ IS 18 - 15 MM