The flaming butterfly ball

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  1. Casshew

    Casshew TPF Noob!

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    I would like to re shoot the flaming butterfly ball again tomorrow using some suggestions for better settings. I shot it tonight with ISO 800, in a darkend room. Can anyone help?


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    Thanks for looking :confused:
     
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  2. Timothy

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    if your able to i'd turn on noise reduction in camera and prob use a tripod if you can, and lower the iso, as a fair few of them seem to be pretty bad in that regard
     
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    I thought this post said the flaming butterball. LOL-

    I think the picture looks.. grainy?

    Sorry, I can't offer anything to "help" with it.. Good luck. I like the last one. You edited it that way?
     
  4. Casshew

    Casshew TPF Noob!

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    Okay, I'll try it again, thanks

    I've cooked a few flaming butterballs in my lifetime :sexywink:
     
  5. bazooka

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    I would try #2 again, it has a primary area that attracts the eye, and a secondary area, both are at good areas in the photo. But it seems soft. Did you use a tripod and manual focus?

    The others are just too busy for me to comfortably look at.
     
  6. gsgary

    gsgary Been spending a lot of time on here!

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    If i knew what a flaming butterball was i might be able to help :confused:
     
  7. Casshew

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    No, but I will try that. Thanks
     
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    Remember in low light situations a tripod is a must!!! It also allows you to go with a low ISO that keeps the noise down. Leave it at 200 and use a longer shutter speed.

    Also if you work with a tripod in low light use either a remote shutter release (IR remote, cable release) or timer release. That reduces camera shake from pressing the shutter release button.
     
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    Use a tripod long exposures and lower your iso to 100-200
     
  10. Casshew

    Casshew TPF Noob!

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    okay, thanks, I'll try that too :)
     
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    It's a branded turkey. But now we have.....






    :lol:
     
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    Well those shots that Casserole post don't look anything like a Turkey so i don't know where she went wrong :lol:
     

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