Shooting Tips 101
I recommend that after a shoot, you reset your camera setting so that when you pick up the camera again, you will at least have a better chance of getting a good image, even if you don’t have time to review you settings.
If you have time before you start shooting check the following items.
· Check ISO, use a higher ISO 800 and above for night shooting or low light, remember to turn on noise reduction for long exposures.
· Take a test shot using program mode for meter reading which you can use to set the aperture, then go back to Aperture Priory and use the reading you obtained.
· Check exposure compensation, set for low light or high light levels these levels will require some compensation.
· Check White Balance
Use a preset or better yet shot a custom WB with a grey card.
· Shooting mode, Single for static objects or continuous for action shots.
If you remember to do this you will have improved pictures.
Happy Shooting !