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Discussion in 'Photography' started by CampingFamily1, Jul 31, 2020.
Great points toedtoes..
That was econ who made the points.
I am the exact opposite. I have friends who are constantly asking me, " here let me take a photo of you in front of X". I hate having my photo taken, I'm not photogenic. My face flattens in photos and it looks awful. So I stay behind the camera.
Here are some photos taken while camping.
great waterfall (my suv got stuck in the loam out here - cost me $300 for this photo):
one of the many little lakes in the Lakes Basin area:
ND or TV?
In case youre not Canon TV is time value AKA speed priority.
I'm Canon. Both Tv and a standard ND filter. I always shoot water in Tv or manual mode to get the slowest shutter speed. Everything else, I mostly shoot in Av (aperture value).
I believe Nikon uses S or Sv rather than Tv.
But you won't get the clear shots that you normally get with a Canon...LOL!
This is one of my personal favouites
taken with my Canon
That is great! What was the lens?
I started out in the 80's with a point and shoot film camera, then a SLR (Minolta X570) then went digital with point and shoots when I had kids. I got back into DSLR a couple of years ago, but my "lugging gear" muscles atrophied and I leave it home more often than not. I try to take unique pictures where we go with my phone.
That was taken with a Canon 70-300 lens
OOps. Just noticed this was in the 'photography' sub forum. I'd thought it was a question to all. I removed my earlier post on my preference on just capturing experiences/people.
Trying to get the lighting right is fun