Pictures with the EXIF Format will be post tomorow....Just came back n too tired...
Thank you for all the advises and tips!
TS, you need to learn the proper techniques for taking landscape. Getting a good tripod, good ballhead and cable release would be a very good start for gear purchase.
Still waiting for the photos to be uploaded... TS??
No photo, no help!!
To be frank, i'm really curious to see why the other lenses can't "cut the mustard" compared with your 50/1.8. Dying to find out!
Focal length : 179.00mm f/36.0
35mm equivalent:980mm ISO 1600
Using the sigma 18-200mm Non-os Lens
Focal Length : 50mm f/1.8
35mm equivalent : 274mm iso:1600
Using canon 50mm f1.8
Here are the pictures....Its isnt the same pictures but hope you guys can give your reviews.
f/36? For small apertures, there are lower limits that you should adhere to as well because diffraction sets in and it'll directly affect the sharpness of your pictures. Every lens is different but most lenses are sharpest between f/8-f/16 or maybe up to f/22.
Shooting at such high ISO (1600) tends to lead to very noisy images which is not great for sharpness as well. Stick to as low ISO as you possibly can in most scenarios.
Yup!I realise that the higher the ISO is,the noisier the picture will be..
Its just that i like to shoot during night and that will create the problem...so have to increase the iso,especially without flash..
Will keep in mind to bring the ISO As low as possible...thanks a million
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ISO1600 doesnt just mean more noise, it also means higher senstivity leading to higher exposure resulting in faster shutter speed and a level with so small aperture that it will cause diffraction.
So even before i point any tips, get back to the "Guides" and sticky posts in this section before you get into frustation mode.
Another thing, why are you posting picture taken 1.5 yrs back!!
Make = Canon
Model = Canon EOS 350D Digital
Date Time = 2008-11-29 10:20:04
Date Time = 2009-02-06 09:22:23
are you just trying to play smart or act as a propganda for renting lenses or something!!
Nikon D90|Nikkor AF-S 16-85mm f/3.5-5.6G|SB400|Nikon 35mm f/1.8G
Tokina 11-16mmm F2.8
I can't find your focus point on the Eggs photo
It blurr.... try setting to one point focus and F8 for Aperture Iso = 100-200 to reduce noise. For canon and Nikon that does not have Vibration built in to the body, so buy lenses with V/R for Nikon and IS for Canon and DO OS for Sigma etc.....
Speed slower than 1/60 use a tripot
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