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Old 04-06-2009, 04:05 PM   #331
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Wow, so beautiful, such a deep blue sky.

Lies & Justin, great pictures, I love the shells.
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Curious how man shoot in manual mode? Shutter priority or aperture priority and automatic? I think we should all help fellow photographers in this thread with new ways to shoot, etc... what do you think?
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I love black and white pictures.

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Curious how man shoot in manual mode? Shutter priority or aperture priority and automatic? I think we should all help fellow photographers in this thread with new ways to shoot, etc... what do you think?
I'm open to any creative suggestions. Good idea!
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Old 04-07-2009, 11:06 PM   #338
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NTALWAR what settings did you have your camera on and what camera did you use?
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NTALWAR what settings did you have your camera on and what camera did you use?
It's from my new 5D Mark II. 20-30 second exposures.
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Very nice. That 5D MarkII must be very awesome to work with, it can record hd video too correct? How long have you been shooting?
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Very nice. That 5D MarkII must be very awesome to work with, it can record hd video too correct? How long have you been shooting?
A few years on and off (mostly off). Yes - it does HD video but some video manual controls are not available (aperture, iso) unless a non-Canon lens is used or the lens is twisted "off" slightly. vimeo has some cool videos shot with that model.
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Justin, I use a combination of settings. When I'm just playing around (like with my dogs or out with friends) I typically use auto, auto no flash, or sport (for the dogs). When I'm trying to actually get good shots of my dogs, I switch to manual depending on the lighting and the weather. In some lighting, my pics on auto will look washed out and overexposed. I think this is because I am focusing on a mostly black dog, but the camera doesn't know the dog is supposed to be black. When I was a kid I was always taking over my dad's SLR camera, so I had to to know how to manual focus, use the light meter, etc. With my own camera, the hardest thing for me is the aperture, I'm still learning that one. I don't really do concerts, night, or other low-light photography so often the preset modes on the camera work fine, as long as it gets the white balance right.
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Justin, I use a combination of settings. When I'm just playing around (like with my dogs or out with friends) I typically use auto, auto no flash, or sport (for the dogs). When I'm trying to actually get good shots of my dogs, I switch to manual depending on the lighting and the weather. In some lighting, my pics on auto will look washed out and overexposed. I think this is because I am focusing on a mostly black dog, but the camera doesn't know the dog is supposed to be black. When I was a kid I was always taking over my dad's SLR camera, so I had to to know how to manual focus, use the light meter, etc. With my own camera, the hardest thing for me is the aperture, I'm still learning that one. I don't really do concerts, night, or other low-light photography so often the preset modes on the camera work fine, as long as it gets the white balance right.

Cool I use Manual mostly. But for concerts I use Aperture Priority and I don't try to go above 400 ISO other wise I get to much Digital noise. I'm sure if you went to youtube you can easily learn aperture. I usually just go for it.

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