I sent a digital image to a client. They said when they tried to upload it to a website to print a canvas a warning popped up saying the resolution was not high enough. It is a black/white photo and I did have to do some cropping. Any suggestions on how to correct this? Is it because it is a...
Can anyone direct me to a website with just pictures and the fstops (& other settings) that were used? preferably for family photography.. There has got to be something out there like this, but I cannot find a thing!
Should the PPI be set to 300 when exporting? The default was 240 and then I realized I should probably switch it to 300. Also, for stylistic reasons, I crop many of my images...is there anything I need to be careful about when doing so (adjusting settings, etc?)?
I keep trying to get crisp photos with very low fstops. I stand farther back, but eyes are still not crisp at 2.8, 3.2, etc. what the deal? Help? Tips? any tricks? what am I missing? and yes my shutter speed is 200 or above and ISO is decent.
If you had to choose one, which one would you choose?I finally made the switch to manual mode but am sometimes having trouble keeping the meter perfectly in the middle. Which way should I allow it to go? Over or Under expose? Which is safer?
On a lifestyle newborn shoot, indoors, in the master bedroom...would you recommend natural light and bumping up the ISO? or would it be better to use an external flash? Help Please! I have a 5d mark iii and 50mm 1.4 and a 24-70 2.8.
Is there a way to use the AE Lock and Hold feature (I have a mark iii) and keep the hold while toggling focus points? Every time I toggle I lose the metering that I locked. I know I can first find my focal point and then meter, but it would be super convenient if there was a way to Lock Exposure...
For shooting outdoor (non moving/seated) Family portraits which AF selection point patterns do you use when shooting:
C. Family of 4 or 5
For example, I might use a Single Point AF or Single Point Spot AF for an individual, but I may use a Zone AF (cluster of AF...