Asked by Emily Johnson — 24 Jul 2011
I am going soon. But I wont have a lot of time to experiment with camera settings. So can someone give me an idea of what I should use.
2,661 Views, Asked 3 years, 4 months ago
Keith Bratton said:
there is no way to answer what the best settings are. shoot with aperture priority set. decide how much you want in/out of focus and let the camera choose the speed.
3 years ago
Tip Crowley said:
New York changes so often that you should probably go with apeture priority if you're low on time. I didn't get to shoot when I was there, but I would imagine that it would be so much easier than trying to go shutter priority.
If you are able to -Shoot Raw this will give you more latitude in post processing.
I would set the camera at 125 th shutter speed and let the camera choose the aperture.
This will capture most people without blur.This is basic setting ,close to that of the old box cameras.,and will give give good images most of the time.
2 years, 7 months ago
Gabe Maxson said:
Here's some info on shooting in at least the belly of NYC (settings info at end):
Regenia Brabham said:
You could go full auto, shutter priority or aperture priority and hope for the best. The best settings depend largely on what you are shooting, the light, the time of day, movement, depth and so many other factors that there is no way you can just give an idea on the settings you should use. A simple step to the right of your subject can change everything.
3 years, 4 months ago
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