Camera settings

Discussion in 'Photography' started by BSAJim, Jun 18, 2017.

  1. ashburn2k

    ashburn2k Supporting Member

    Now that looks so much better!


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  2. Wlachnit

    Wlachnit Supporting Member

    The first one is much closer to the real thing. Anyone know what kinda Acro this is?


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  3. scuzy

    scuzy Supporting Member

    Some kind of tort
     
  4. Ibn

    Ibn Supporting Member

    Looks like something that I got a frag of awhile back from Boun.

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  5. yellojello

    yellojello Supporting Member

    Also, to prevent camera shake, use a tripod, and either a remote control or shutter timer.
     
  6. Ibn

    Ibn Supporting Member

    Or just learn to handhold the camera steady, unless you're shooting below 1/15 seconds without IS. I haven't use a tripod in years for coral shots.
     
  7. Flagg37

    Flagg37 Officer at large

    Just a rule of thumb. Most people can hand hold without camera movement when the shutter speed is equal or greater than their focal length of their lens. If you've got a 35mm lens then you should be able to hand hold the camera with a shutter speed of 1/35 or faster. The higher the focal length of the lens the more susceptible it is to picking up camera movement. Of course this is a general rule. Some people are much more stable in their stance and can hold it still better and visa versa.
     
  8. gabloo

    gabloo Supporting Member

    I will try these when i get home. I have micro lens for my cannon DSLR camera that has been sitting in my closet for awhile. Wasn't able to do what i wanted ;P
     

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