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Actually... to make things more complicated... if you are photographing a moving car, a slower shutter speed utilized with a panning technique is the way to shoot. It's very hard, and takes a long time to master.
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Basically, low ISO is preferable, but not always practical. Also, the amount of noise/grain is also dependent on the quality of camera. A point-and-shoot ISO 800 can be unbearable, but my 1D MkII's is awesome.
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wow good advice. the pictures looks really great and the case and cables are so clean. very nice cable management
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wow good advice. the pictures looks really great and the case and cables are so clean. very nice cable management
Thanks, time and attention to detail.
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I can't get my dsc-h20 to take good pictures

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HOLY JEEPERS BATMAN!!

works wonders



Don't pixel peep me bro.
post #147 of 972
I think although this is an awesome guide, real world results with normal P&S will vary greatly. Should still help alot though, won't always yield nice pictures like JoePhoto's.
    
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Good start, but it's about a stop or two too dark.
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Cool, it looks like the i/o panel is the focus point!
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Now I just learned something new! Can I ask, can this method be good for taking photos regularly of items?

So if I wanted to capture a crazy fast action shot, like racing, do I use a higher ISO? But if it's a still thing like flowers, I go lower Iso right?

EDIT: NVM, Once I posted, the answers shows.
Off topic, but yeah. You have that exactly right. high ISO is also useful for low-light handheld photography, but it's not idea.
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