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    Default Re: Newbies wonder wat is "stop", pls highlight...

    Can I say tat there is no rite or wrong to snap at f22 or f11? As long as I let enough light to get into my camera, I still can achieves not a bad result?

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    Default Re: Newbies wonder wat is "stop", pls highlight...

    Quote Originally Posted by sino238 View Post
    Can I say tat there is no rite or wrong to snap at f22 or f11? As long as I let enough light to get into my camera, I still can achieves not a bad result?
    I suppose so... Who are we to tell you that it is WRONG, eh?

    to put it another way, most people feel that going to f/13 or f/16 at the most (instead of f/22) gives them improved sharpness. It's best if you try it for yourself to see.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sino238 View Post
    Chew...

    Someone tought me a technique. tat is snap the first picture with an auto mode. Than from there slowly increase and decrease the setting. Is it the rite way?
    i suggest you take a black pen and black out the "auto" mode of your cam.

    kidding only. use P mode instead, will give you a lot more control. then from the settings the camera chose to get the proper exposure, try to duplicate the settings (f-number, shutter speed and ISO) in M mode. then adjust ONLY one setting at a time and see what happens to the exposure.
    a Nikon body, some lenses, a flash, and a whole lot of dusty photos

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    Default Re: Newbies wonder wat is "stop", pls highlight...

    Quote Originally Posted by pasay View Post
    i suggest you take a black pen and black out the "auto" mode of your cam.

    kidding only. use P mode instead, will give you a lot more control. then from the settings the camera chose to get the proper exposure, try to duplicate the settings (f-number, shutter speed and ISO) in M mode. then adjust ONLY one setting at a time and see what happens to the exposure.
    good advice!

    nothing beats trying for yourself

    edit: just to add on: should use something stable to support, eg. tripod, so that each picture is the same. Less variables
    Exploring! :)

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