24th May 2004, 03:38 PM
24th May 2004, 03:54 PM
take a look here
it will give you an inside to metering and some other things too.
As for Whiteblance, it how the camera see the colour "white" under different light condition. For example, under street light, white may appear yellowish. But the camera doesn't know so we have a set of WB setting for you to choose from. the more advance camera have custom WB.
24th May 2004, 04:51 PM
to get sharp shots in those type of conditions (bad lighting), you need to jack up iso, use the widest aperture you possibly can, possibly consider using rear-sync flash, and use a tripod. You can get a serviceable picture but if lighting conditions are bad, the pictures would still not be the best possible. The best solution however, is simply take the pictures when there's better lights, eg during the day when you are home on the weekends.
Originally Posted by furrypaws