It was some fine art performance at citylink. I dunno whats it about, was busy snapping away.Stoned said:4 is really fascinating... what was the guy doing? Overall, great shots!
i don't use the flash. for outdoor shots it's ok, but for indoor shots, i'm always pushing my digicam to the limit... iso400 f2.8 (to get maximum shutter speed). unfortunately iso400 results in "noisy" images. the flash makes the images clearer becos the flash duration is very short (i.e. equivalent of fast shutter speed) so that takes care of any "camera shake". if you are shooting against the light then the flash "fills-in" the lighting for the shadow areas.Speedjak said:It was some fine art performance at citylink. I dunno whats it about, was busy snapping away.
Quick question : For people who do candid/street photography, do you use the flash. I don't like to startle my targets. I find that using the flash makes the images clearer? Why is that? I've got about 300MB worth of blurry images. Any tips? All pictures above taken on A80 on auto mode with flash turned off and wide lens.
what were your settings for the last shot? sometimes i deliberately underexpose 1-stop in aperture priority mode, then increase the brightness later in PS (bit of a desperate measure actually...) to get an acceptably sharp pic.Speedjak said:oic. Thanks for the info. yeah, I've also been having some problems with indoor (especially low lighting) scene like the last picture of the underpass.