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    this kind of stuff i keep it simple: shoot the standard shots, then throw in one or 2 "special " shots =)

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    after being used to shooting film. really hold for a good shot when i shoot digital

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    whats RAW?
    r there only special cams that can switch btw file formats?
    cos i noticed u guys all pros and i m just a greenie

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    Quote Originally Posted by wainism
    whats RAW?
    r there only special cams that can switch btw file formats?
    cos i noticed u guys all pros and i m just a greenie
    huh?....... all pros? what gave you that idea?

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    oh,haha,pros as in ppl with knowledge,well at least way more than me.cos i dunno wat u guys r talking about!bear with me man!
    anyway,i m using a nikon 4300.i cant set my shutter speed but can select aperture.how do i blur fast moving objects?as in i dun wanna freeze them

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    use a smaller aperture to allow lesser light to pass thru the lens, thus the shutter speed will have to decrease in time to allow sufficient light to pass thru if not resulting in an underexposed pic (note: this is only when you set your cam to Aperture priority) and any fast moving object will not be able to be captured in a freeze motion but a blurred motion.

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    alrite,thanx
    me go try see how..

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