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    Default Newbie need help pls advice

    hi all how to photography in Museum n wat is te setting i should use???

    pls shared ur advice ths

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    Default Re: Newbie need help pls advice

    First .... check whether can photograph ANYTHING in the museum.

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    Default Re: Newbie need help pls advice

    supposedly if can shoot, flash in most cases is not allowed.

    most museums also do not allow tripods.

    so all thats left is ISO and the lens you use.

    if the item you are interested in is quite popular, save the effort and grab a postcard of it at the gift shop.
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    Default Re: Newbie need help pls advice

    ths alot my friend seafood )
    Last edited by Marche Chew; 22nd May 2010 at 02:32 AM.

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    Default Re: Newbie need help pls advice

    Ths alot my friend reportage )

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    Default Re: Newbie need help pls advice

    This picture was shot using high ISO; the lighting was very low; no flash was allowed.

    You have to adjust according to the level of the available light.

    ISO: 1600

    Speed: 1/25 sec

    Aperture: F2.8


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    Default Re: Newbie need help pls advice

    Ths for ur information diavonex hve a nice day

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    Default Re: Newbie need help pls advice

    If artifact is behind glass, never shoot perpendicular to the glass, shoot it at off-angle, like 30degrees to the glass so you won't have much reflection.

    HTH.

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