Panasonic 100-300mm on OM-D

Started Mar 26, 2013 | Discussions thread
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Re: Panasonic 100-300mm on OM-D
In reply to Neurad1, Mar 27, 2013

Neurad1 wrote:

Were you using auto ISO? I noticed a lot of variation in your ISO. Not a criticism. I'm learning....I've been trying to keep mine set to 200 when outdoors, using aperture priority at the "sweet spot" for the lens and composition. These are nice shots. Here's one I did not long after sunrise at our lake house with my 100. I did bump the ISO a bit for this one. I know, I know, I should have shot this landscape not portrait. I had been focusing on the tree when the boat went by and I wasn't thinking at my best pre-coffee.

I was using Auto ISO, late afternoon here is duller than before the sun rises where you are.

I shoot in Aperture priority myself, I set up the EVF to match what my eyes see then use the front dial (EV Compensation) to adjust the image to my liking. To be honest I don't notice what the shutter speed is before I take the picture.

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