“Indoor Lighting. One of my greatest challenges as a photographer is photographing indoor events.”
It’s exactly the same for me and I was thinking of asking this question, too! 🙂 So I’m very interested in the answer. Hopefully it’s ok if I add another question to this forum topic, Would a speed-light be something to consider for this type of stuff?
Awhile ago I organised all my photos using Lightroom, but I still haven’t gotten around to actually backing them up on hard drives. . . I still have really full SD cards (which I’ve been having nightmares about! 😉 ) that aren’t backed up anywhere. So I really want to do that as soon as possible. The only thing is, is that I’m a bit unsure…[Read more]
Wow! I can’t believe you got a picture of steam that good in 5 minutes @nasa. I spent a very long time and didn’t come away with anything to be proud of! 🙂
What’s a gridded light? 🙂 So is that your light in the first picture with some paper around it to control it from spilling everywhere? So you didn’t have it at the back, but coming from the…[Read more]
Caitlin Compton replied to the topic Opportunity: Old Schoolhouses (July 24 – August 31) in the forum Shoot to Serve 1 month ago
Just a couple of quick questions!
Is it fine to process the images or do they want them left unprocessed? Do we retain the rights to use the image however we want or does it become theirs?
Looking forward to hopefully being able to participate in this opportunity! 🙂
Hey @melaniethomsen ! 🙂
I had exactly the same problem, too, once. From memory, when you click in the chat box this other little box pops up that says create channel. If you type your name in their you should be able to type in the chat box. . . I think!
Hope it works for you! 😀
My family and I went to the beach to go whale watching recently. Unfortunately we didn’t see any whales, but I still took the opportunity to take some pictures (and it was a fun day out with the family!) Here’s one I took. Unfortunately the beach is quite over-exposed. I very quickly applied a gradient filter, (which looks terrible! 🙂 ),…[Read more]
Thanks for that @jamesstaddon!
It all depends on the sensor. It looks like the 60D’s sensor is very similar to what’s in the T2i, which doesn’t deal with ISO all that well, so that’s probably why you’re seeing grain, even at ISO100.
Makes sense! It’s a shame though. . .
This would be a good thing to research though. At ISO, would a picture t…
Here are the photos that I come up with! 😀 I’ve submitted them via the DropBox link, too. I’m not 100% sure about the way that I’ve processed them, but I suppose you can change that anyway! 🙂
Here it is @buddingphotographer! (as well as another picture)
@jamesstaddon, I shoot with a Canon EOS 60D.
So is it normal than to get noise when shooting sunset or sunrise shots? Or is there things you can do to avoid it? Just another question from what you said – Why do you get noise from long exposures?
The other day there was a gorgeous sunset here in Australia. I hurriedly grabbed my camera and tripod and raced outside. 🙂 I was really excited hoping that I would have a great picture, but when I looked at the photo it was really grainy. I had my camera set up on a tripod using my Canon 70-200mm f/4 lens, a slow shutter speed with a 2…[Read more]
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