Newbiez with Canon A620 some of my first shot..Pls give some comments!!


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I don't know bout e teach term of photo taking i only can use feeling to take my photo,hope some seniors can give me some tips of photo taking..Thankz Alot!! :)
 

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Hi pal! remember the 1/focal lenght rule for the shutter speed i told u? apply that so that your pictures will not be affected by handshake
 

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MaGixShOe said:
Hi pal! remember the 1/focal lenght rule for the shutter speed i told u? apply that so that your pictures will not be affected by handshake
I apply but seems that e outcome still gotta handshake effect..Pls advise..Thankz
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Keep yourself steady when taking the shot. Keep your elbows on your body. for moving subjects, keep shutter above 1/125
 

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I'm just curious ... what's the 1/ focal length rule ? Normally I just take a lot of pictures using a range of settings and filter the best ones out.
 

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The 1/focal lenght rule means that technically, if you shooting at 35mm, your shutter speed must be at least 1/35s to get a sharp picture handheld. Better if at higher shutter speed. Of course this applies only if your hand is not overly shaky.
 

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tink your shots are shot at 1/2 s or 1/4 s using the night scene mode, far far slower than the 1/focal_length rule, causing blurred pics due to handshakes. check the EXIF info on the pics and u'll see.
 

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tink your shots are shot at 1/2 s or 1/4 s using the night scene mode, far far slower than the 1/focal_length rule, causing blurred pics due to handshakes. check the EXIF info on the pics and u'll see.
Bro,what u mean by EXIF? Pls explain..Thankz.. :sweat:
 

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