3rd August 2004, 12:03 PM
Indoor & Outdoor portraiture for children/toddler
Am a new babie to takg shots for babies/toddler/children..wondering cld anybody out there share with me what mode/apecture/shutter speed/with or without flaslight for BEST taking the subjects I mentioned as above for Both Indoor & Outdoor Portraiture.
Need to improve and practice my skills and knowledge.. can share & furnish me some tips.. hope to gather & keep these valuable information
Many thanks ...
3rd August 2004, 12:13 PM
3rd August 2004, 01:46 PM
will consider.. but cos some of my frens', they do mind attachg their children's photograph in the net ..hence i didnt do it loh ..
Originally Posted by AdamGoi
3rd August 2004, 02:23 PM
ASSUMING that you really do not know much about camera (not unreasonable assumption because of the all singing/dancing things called cameras today), I would suggest that you do not shoot slower than 1/250. Then see if the smallest aperture with that shutter combination is sufficient for proper exposure. If not use a higher ASA or digital equivalent.
Originally Posted by Rachel Yan
If you do not want to bother with all the aperture,speed,ASA, why not set your camera to programme mode with a high enough ASA and allow the camera to do the rest? And get a dedicated flash to your camera and set both to programme mode.
Good luck and have fun. But do it quickly! The toddler will grow up real fast! I have some quite nice photographs of my son taken with a point and shoot, an olympus I think (before the day I became afflicted with photography. Looking back these shots were quite nice and wonderful to embarrass him during his wedding day!)
3rd August 2004, 03:40 PM