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    Sorry to hijack this thread.

    I had 1 prob when I visited Universal Studios.
    When I take photo of the neon lightings, everything else will be underexposed.
    Bumping the iso doesnt solve the issue, even when I go manual.
    How do you guys solve such an issue?

  2. #22

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    Quote Originally Posted by oyama85 View Post
    Sorry to hijack this thread.

    I had 1 prob when I visited Universal Studios.
    When I take photo of the neon lightings, everything else will be underexposed.
    Bumping the iso doesnt solve the issue, even when I go manual.
    How do you guys solve such an issue?
    change the metering mode from multi-segmented to spot or center weighted.

  3. #23

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    Ah, I thought so.
    Read about them before but confusing.
    Will read again.
    Thanks.

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    Default Re: Low light slow shutter blur pics

    You can try to add positive exposure compensation.

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    Quote Originally Posted by oyama85 View Post
    Sorry to hijack this thread.

    I had 1 prob when I visited Universal Studios.
    When I take photo of the neon lightings, everything else will be underexposed.
    Bumping the iso doesnt solve the issue, even when I go manual.
    How do you guys solve such an issue?

    In camera HDR

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    Quote Originally Posted by PixelHero View Post
    What do u do when u'r photographing in low lights.. In order for Enough exposure, u have to use slow shutter.. But slow shutter will cause blur photo.. Increasing iso causes too much noise.

    I was photographing my kids dance performance and already using max aperture and iso1600. Shutter speed can't go faster as photo will be too under exposed.


    If your not opt for advance or manual mode try using the sport mode in basic settings. I always use this settings when taking pictures in low light condition and moving subject result are fine.

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    Default Re: Low light slow shutter blur pics

    Quote Originally Posted by PixelHero View Post
    What do u do when u'r photographing in low lights.. In order for Enough exposure, u have to use slow shutter.. But slow shutter will cause blur photo.. Increasing iso causes too much noise.

    I was photographing my kids dance performance and already using max aperture and iso1600. Shutter speed can't go faster as photo will be too under exposed.
    Quote Originally Posted by oyama85 View Post
    Sorry to hijack this thread.

    I had 1 prob when I visited Universal Studios.
    When I take photo of the neon lightings, everything else will be underexposed.
    Bumping the iso doesnt solve the issue, even when I go manual.
    How do you guys solve such an issue?
    try P-mode, if it looks right then work around those settings?

  8. #28

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    indoor without good spot light + kids dance performance...
    i will put iso 6400 f2.8 and speed 1/125~1/200 to try... get the moment at least....

  9. #29

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    Quote Originally Posted by pinholecam View Post
    In camera HDR
    Quote Originally Posted by reyreina View Post
    try P-mode, if it looks right then work around those settings?
    Thanks for the nice suggestions. Will try them out.

    Sometimes its just that when the shot dont turn out the way you want it + the limited time + excitement + the many methods to choose to alter the shot = lost.
    Still got lots to learn.

  10. #30

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    You should explore shooting in RAW and then using post processing software. Difficult lighting situations become trivial with post processing. It may be an easy way out and it may make one lazy or lax with their shooting technique, but learning post processing is, I feel, is extremely useful for digital photographers.

    Its really not that hard either, try downloading Lightroom 3 30 day free trial and give it a try.

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