RX100: Slow shutter speed without tripod - techniques and settings

Started Jan 28, 2013 | Discussions thread
Heliconius
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Re: RX100: Slow shutter speed without tripod - techniques and settings
In reply to 2eyesee, Jan 29, 2013

In most cases, I find out all that matters for me is to get a sharp result.

Underexposed images can be corrected in post process to a surprisingly large extent (same is not true for overexposed ones !).

So I deliberately underexpose several stops If I'm about to take a lot of pictures in a limited time (like a dark museum/exhibition) .

If it's a single important shot, I take many shots with iso bracketing, exposure bracketing, etc.

Bracketing also has the similar effect as continous shooting tip above, since you hold the shutter during several shots.

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