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> Some Photography Help, What are the right settings
Boston Patriots
post Feb 14 2008, 11:28 PM
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whenever i try and take a picture during the nightime of the snow (say with a spot light illuminating the snow) i can never seem to get a decend picture. ive tried multiple settings such as changing the iso, shutter speed, and apeture but just cant get it right.

looking to take a still of the snow as it falls.........any suggestions ?


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post Apr 27 2008, 12:25 PM
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Are you using a tripod? I would highly suggest doing so. Also, are you behind a window or outside? I suggest getting out there (with an umbrella to make sure your camera doesn't get wet). As far as settings, it depends on the type of camera you have, but I'd say a shutter speed around 1/100 to 1/60 or a little faster should be good. That's how I've been able to capture individual flakes.

Good luck, and keep trying!


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