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Discussion in 'Landscape & Cityscape' started by obey, Sep 13, 2009.

  1. obey

    obey TPF Noob!

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    Nothing spectacular. Very new to actually trying to take real photos instead of putting it on auto mode and point and shoot. C&C very welcome. What would have been ideal aperture settings or shutter speed for this photo?

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    5DManiac TPF Noob!

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    Hey, buddy! Thanks for sharing. This photo for this particular situation should be:

    Tripod mounted
    Lens set at a small aperture f/8 or smaller. F/11 is better
    You should use a graduated neutral density filter due to the sky overexposed and the foreground being way underexposed.

    In fact i'd forget the ground altogether. It adds nothing.

    Also the picture has a major tilt you can correct in photoshop.

    For landscape pictures, small apertures have a greater depth of field. I suggest you do some reading up on this!
     

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