what setup?

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  1. nismo

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    im going to be shooting my brothers car today most likely. its kinda sunny out with a few clouds. what setting should i use?
     
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    Depends on the exact environment you are in as well as which camera you are using. There is no exact settings someone can give you, especially without you stating what camera system you are using.

    The best anyone can tell you is, use auto setting since anything else would just be a guess.
     
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    canon rebel xt with stock 18-55mm lens
     
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    als whats the setup for hdr images?
     
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    Are you able to shoot in M and see what looks best?
     
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    Tripod at least for HDR... you should at least scan through the material on HDR on the internet... it would become pretty obvious what is required.

    As for shooting a parked car... pretty much camera with kit lens and your creativity should do the trick.
     

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