For example I’ve heard of “Moony 1s” with regards to taking shots of the moon – ISO-100, f/11, 1/100.
Are there any other easy-to-remember tips/rules/guides?
e.g. is there an equivalent for sunsets/sunrises?
Camera: Canon EOS 450D
Lens: Canon EF-S 18-55mm f/3.5-5.6 IS
Exposure: 0.008 sec (1/125)
Focal Length: 46 mm
ISO Speed: 100
(Natural sunlight during the ‘golden 10 minutes’ (I dunno if there’s a term for that, but you know what I mean, right?))
Large version is here
Just thought I’d pop my head out of ‘lurker land’ to share some photos that I took at the Imbolc Fire Festival in Marsden, England over the weekend. It was one heck of a spectacle!
There are loads more on my Flickr site ..
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This was taken at dusk and is number 4 in a series of 7. Probably requires the series to really appreciate the action but would like to know if I have captured the moment for otther to appreciate.
09:30 this morning when it was quiet in the old city 🙂
i have just joined and am starting to get better at my photography. i dont have the best camera but i am doing the best with what i have. i took this photo but it didnt come out all that well. the light in stadium was terrible and i tried to adjust the settings but not sure i did it right. if you can suggest anything or if you can show me how you would fix this photo i would love to know some new techniques. i mainly have problems in low light indoor stadiums.
i am not sure if i have loaded the EXIF file correctly.
i have seen some of the work here and i think if i can get as good as that then i would be very happy
Jim i saw your mention of an article on basketball i must catch up with it.
looking forward to your suggestions.
here is the exif file
Camera: Fujifilm FinePix S6500fd
Exposure: 0.007 sec (1/150)
Focal Length: 10 mm
ISO Speed: 3200
Exposure Bias: 0 EV
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