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foofoo

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hi all bro/sis,

going to bring my son to universal studio, as it is the 1st time going there,need advise on taking a "good" photos.

if going to pose with cartoon/action figure, what type of setting is advise?

if taking with building , what type of setting to set to?

many thanks for the help.;);)
 

daredevil123

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If you have an auto mode. Use it.
If you have portrait mode. Use it.
Or if you do not have either of the above, use P mode.
It will save you a lot of trouble trying to figure out what is right and wrong and forget to enjoy the time with your family.
 

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If it is outdoor & the lighting is sufficient, most auto mode on PNS, prosumer or entry level DSLR should get the job done easily.

If you are using a high end DSLR & still clueless about the setting, P mode is your best bet
 

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Just went there last week not a bad place but advice to go early if you are going on weekends as it would be damn pack.

Went on Fri (take 1 day leave) and its already packed. And if drive haha be prepare to have min $20 in ur cashcard as parking at RWS are really ex.

1 more advice if you have POSB / DBS credit card you can purchase the ticket at the ticket counter at U.S there are a $6 discount per tix offers ends 30 Apr.

Enjoy
 

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Numnumball

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hi all bro/sis,

going to bring my son to universal studio, as it is the 1st time going there,need advise on taking a "good" photos.

if going to pose with cartoon/action figure, what type of setting is advise?

if taking with building , what type of setting to set to?

many thanks for the help.;);)
There's no hard fast rule on hw to take a gd pic.

There are more other factors in deterimining what setting to use (lighting environment, effects desired.)

Suggest u read up abt depth of view and aperture, info on them are in abundance in WWW

It will help in the long run.. :)
 

Treetrunk

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Most importantly... Have a good time.

Cheers:)
 

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