Sharp Images

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Jcbailey Forum Member • Posts: 82
Sharp Images

Hi all,

Still new to taking photography  but I’m still stuck on what makes a sharp image. Is it SS or Aperture?

ive used AV mode and I can pick my aperture and it picks my ss and my iOS if it’s in auto or I can set my iso

ive used TV mode and I can choose my ss and it chooses my aperture and iso if it’s auto or I can set my iso

i like shooting inside which has low light in my house . If I’m in manual mode I can keep my shutter at 1/100 and have a wide open aperture like 3.5 (largest on this lens) and my iso is like 3200 and higher and still get lots of noise

i would shoot with 1/60 for more light 3.5 for aperture and a high iso so I can get as much light as I can but everything is blurry. Any help is appreciated.

In daylight my images are tack sharp. It’s just low light I have issues with

I have a canon 80D and the only lens I have is an efs canon zoom lens 18-135 3.5-5.6 I try to keep it at 18mm so I can get all the light

if I’m doing it all wrong let me know. I shoot in Av, TV and manual. I’m not scared of any of these modes


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Canon PowerShot SX530 Canon EOS 80D Canon EF-S 18-135mm F3.5-5.6 IS Apple iPhone 12
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