Tips & Tricks of using DSC-H3 in different conditions

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  1. ankit_19dec

    ankit_19dec TPF Noob!

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    Hi All,

    I am new to photography and have recently bought a Sony DSC-H3 model. Just wanted to know any trips and tricks that you people might have for shooting with DSC-H3 or with any other model that you might have w.r.t.

    1. Exposure to Light
    2. Image Stabilization mode to use
    3. Shooting at night
    4. When to use which mode i.e. manual,auto,program,night,sporting etc

    Do give me your feedback/suggestions.

    Ankit
     
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    ankit_19dec TPF Noob!

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    Also how to take snaps with a transparency effect.

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    Read This:
    http://www.morguefile.com/archive/classroom.php?lesson=2

    Use it to get sharper images at slower shutter speeds.

    Use a tripod! unless you are going for some kind of blurry effect, this is almost a Non-Negotiable rule.


    Use manual to set everything up yourself.
    Auto if your in a real hurry and need the camera to make its own mind.
    Use Program most of the time.
    Night at Night
    Sports shooting action.

    What exactly are you talking about here? Have an example?
     

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