Apeture and Shutter Speed

Started 9 months ago | Questions thread
Tee Dub
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Re: Apeture and Shutter Speed
In reply to Aspiringtobe, 9 months ago

Aspiringtobe wrote:

........They come out blurry or underexposed

I'm still hashing my way through all this stuff myself. I found the Bryan Peterson book helpful that someone here also recommended to me.

http://www.amazon.com/Understanding-Exposure-3rd-Edition-Photographs/dp/0817439390/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1393700636&sr=8-1&keywords=understanding+exposure

"Blurry" most likely spells camera shake and could easily be enhanced by a long shutter speed which I think could also account for underexposure if combined with the wrong ISO.

Sounds like your shooting in (M) Manual mode ?  I shoot with a Canon. Does your Nikon camera have a light meter to check your exposure while making your adjustments ?

A tripod will be helpful to eliminate the camera shake possibility and will come in handy for the indoor and portrait work that you want to explore anyway.

Good Luck, God Bless & Keep on Klickin' !

TW

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