Photography Tips write-up


David26

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Informative tips . Shooting with a fixed focal length -- a prime lens -- will make you think more carefully about how you want to frame a subject to tell a particular story. It will often also get you a cleaner, sharper result.
 

Edwinkoh

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Question - I have NX210. How do you boast ur brightness setting if without flash, if I set my shutter speed is going 1/4000? The faster the shutter the amount of light capture will be low. And I doing indoor.
 

catchlights

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Question - I have NX210. How do you boast ur brightness setting if without flash, if I set my shutter speed is going 1/4000? The faster the shutter the amount of light capture will be low. And I doing indoor.
No flash?
Than install more lighting fixture.
Of course, I don't recommend set some fire there.
 

Edwinkoh

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Why use 1/4000th to begin with?
For some indoor sports. There are light around but not bright to shoot 1/2000 or 1/4000. I shoot 1/10 but not good, got motion blur.
 

Dura77

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For some indoor sports. There are light around but not bright to shoot 1/2000 or 1/4000. I shoot 1/10 but not good, got motion blur.
Woah. Even so, 1/2000 or 1/4000 is a little over the top. The only options you have now is to shoot using a fast tele lens at a large aperture (so more light can get in), or bump up the iso to get a decent exposure for shutter speeds between 1/500 to 1/1000. Though you would have to sacrifice some image quality to get a sharp shot.. If all else fails, you could try panning, though the resulting effect is quite different.
 

Edwinkoh

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Woah. Even so, 1/2000 or 1/4000 is a little over the top. The only options you have now is to shoot using a fast tele lens at a large aperture (so more light can get in), or bump up the iso to get a decent exposure for shutter speeds between 1/500 to 1/1000. Though you would have to sacrifice some image quality to get a sharp shot.. If all else fails, you could try panning, though the resulting effect is quite different.
Thanks for the advise.