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The camera is a Canon Eos D 350 if that helps..
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First rule of thumb in low light photog... tripod.

This was taken with the only light coming from the flash and the light rope and a 4.1MP Sony DSC-S60


Edited by Furball Zen - 9/28/11 at 6:37pm
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Yeah I thought someone would chime in about a tripod.

I dont have one at the moment

Might go purchase a little one!

Any particular ISO settings or other modes to be used?
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I read "Nickleback Plates" on my first glance at the title, I much prefer your Nickle Backplates anyday
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I read "Nickleback Plates" on my first glance at the title, I much prefer your Nickle Backplates anyday
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Yeah I thought someone would chime in about a tripod.

I dont have one at the moment

Might go purchase a little one!

Any particular ISO settings or other modes to be used?
Great Setup....On the camera question... Shoot in Manual for total control.For best non grainy pictures set your ISO to around 100-200. The higher the ISO the more grain in the picture, but the the plus is the higher the ISO the faster you can shoot. Thats why its best to use a tripod, or at least set the camera on something.

Four things you need to check while shooting with a DSLR
1 Shutter speed
2 White Balance ( Nothing wrong with using AUTO for this setting)
3 ISO ( A good rule of thumb would be the better the light the lower you can set the ISO. The darker it is the higher you will have to set the ISO inorder not to get blur in your pictures. This can be helped with a use of a tripod or just not hand holding the camera.
4 Aperture ( Unless you have some L glass you are most likely shooting with a lens that is around f/4 -f5.6 The lower the "F" number the more blur you will get in the background. Often used when taking pictures where you want an object in center focus but do not really care for whats in the back ground. The higher the "f" number the more of the back ground can bee seen.

Hope that helps a little
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Thanks a lot for the help.

I will attempt some better shots this weekend.
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In addition to sitting it on something sans a $30+/- tripod, use the self timer. That way by the time the shutter goes off, you wont have been touching it, and all 'shudder' will be over, giving you a smooth exposure.
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awesome, I will put these things into practice and try to take a shot that does the system justice!
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I 90% of the time have ISO set to 100. Then the rest of the settings in full manual.

My little sort of 'routine' is to set the aperture to the desired depth of field (usually low, 2.8 - 4) then set the exposure to the desired lighting effect (underexposing gets more details on the highlights and overexposing get more detail in the shadows so depends what your subject is which way you choose to go) then I focus (manually ofc) and hit the shutter release.




EDIT:

Oh and I forgot to mention white balance. I sort my white balance as a first step before anything. Every time you start a shoot the light will be different from last time so you probably won't be able to use the same settings as the previous day's shoot for example. Sort white balance at the start of every shoot. Often auto mode works well. If you can clearly see that its not reproducing the colours right though that's when you go and change it manually. It's often best to get the camera to find the white balance for your current lighting then save that as a fixed profile so halfway through your shoot it doesn't decide to change and you end up with half your photos with the correct colours and half with like a blue tint or something. The camera doing that to me has caused much frustration in the past!

P.s. I don't own a tripod so its possible to do without. But I really want to get one lol! Fed up of holding my breath every time I take a longer exposure shot haha.

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Edited by Aidan - 9/29/11 at 9:07am
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