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    Quote Originally Posted by Graton View Post
    2)Shutter Speed-A fast shutter speed gives me a image that is moving instead of a blurred one for smaller shutter like 1/15 the image will be blur
    Foe example i want to ake a picture of a human cheetah i will have to use my maximum shutter speed right?
    a) I don't know what is a human cheetah
    b) I don't know what is your camera's maximum shutter speed
    c) I don't know the angle and distance from which you'll be capturing your photo (in case you didn't realize, the distance of an object from the observer affects its perceived speed. Think of an aeroplane high in the sky)

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    Quote Originally Posted by ZerocoolAstra

    Just read THIS that explains aperture.
    If you can say that f/22 is a big aperture, means you don't understand the post?
    siao liao la
    Sorry I type wrong psps I watching tv f/22 is small aperture and is running cheetah

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    Quote Originally Posted by Graton View Post
    Sorry I type wrong psps I watching tv f/22 is small aperture and is running cheetah
    ROFL hahaha

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    hahaha give up liao...

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    Quote Originally Posted by ZerocoolAstra


    hahaha give up liao...
    Wat is wrong u tell me please I want to learn

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    Quote Originally Posted by Graton View Post
    Wat is wrong u tell me please I want to learn
    chillax man. LOL! we're willing to teach hahaha.

    anyways. f22 = smaller aperture = less light = greater depth of field (more stuff in focus) = slower shutter speed.

    that's all for now. don't want to overload you HAHAHA

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    Thank btw I saw the video that guy said that all ISO,aperture an shutter actually link

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    Quote Originally Posted by Graton View Post
    Thank btw I saw the video that guy said that all ISO,aperture an shutter actually link
    Yes those 3 are all interlink and it has to do with the amount of light, since you know about these 3 things now, it up to you to draw the link

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    Ohh kk thanks but if I were to go to the zoo I am suppose to use a small or big aperture and shutter speed?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Graton View Post
    Ohh kk thanks but if I were to go to the zoo I am suppose to use a small or big aperture and shutter speed?
    This shows that you still do not really understand the concepts. Everything depends on the situation but if you are talking about moving animals, fast shutter speed with large aperture and continuous focus should do. Lets hope the sun is on your side that day.

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    Video on Exposure compensation

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XFIZLofi7fE

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    PM me ur email address & I will send u an E book.

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    i think TS will require a hands-on session.

    have you registered for your canon course? if not, i'm actually free before night on CNY eve. i'll be in the thomson/serangoon area if you need a hands-on crash course.

    and that is, if you live in the area and it's convenient for you. and if you don't mind me using another system
    Last edited by kei1309; 1st February 2011 at 02:41 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kei1309
    i think TS will require a hands-on session.

    have you registered for your canon course? if not, i'm actually free before night on CNY eve. i'll be in the thomson/serangoon area if you need a hands-on crash course.

    and that is, if you live in the area and it's convenient for you. and if you don't mind me using another system
    I think he just needs to shoot more and think about applying the information from the websites. He can also shoot within his home to experiment, instead of "grumbling" in front of PC that "I don't understand...." and not seeming to do anything about it.
    Anyway, thumbs up to you for your generosity!
    Exploring! :)

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    Quote Originally Posted by kei1309
    i think TS will require a hands-on session.

    have you registered for your canon course? if not, i'm actually free before night on CNY eve. i'll be in the thomson/serangoon area if you need a hands-on crash course.

    and that is, if you live in the area and it's convenient for you. and if you don't mind me using another system
    Thanks but the canon say o buy November too long ago do cannot nvm I will be staying at home to snap some toys and will show u guys if I am right or wrong


    Thanks

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    Watch this tutorial...

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Xnn5nzPvoIM

    There are many episodes. You will achieve enlightenment after watching them

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    Quote Originally Posted by chiangkxv View Post
    Watch this tutorial...

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Xnn5nzPvoIM

    There are many episodes. You will achieve enlightenment after watching them
    Excellent tutorial

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    There are thousand of websites explaining the terms and concepts of photography. There are tons of videos on YouTube as well.

    If you said you have visited the sites and found no clue, then you haven't really studied the sites well nor, did you spend a good effort in grasping the gist of it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fastfocusing
    There are thousand of websites explaining the terms and concepts of photography. There are tons of videos on YouTube as well.

    If you said you have visited the sites and found no clue, then you haven't really studied the sites well nor, did you spend a good effort in grasping the gist of it.
    That's why bang head on wall. Lost cause.
    Wasting time.
    Exploring! :)

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    Quote Originally Posted by ZerocoolAstra

    That's why bang head on wall. Lost cause.
    Wasting time.
    Bro howcome u like that one I a newb but then I am willing to learn la don be like that

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