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  1. M

    Unittic Light Meter

    Hello, I recently inherited a Voigtlander Vito B manual camera and a Unittic light meter. I have no idea how to work the light meter, and after some research I am still very confused, as most demonstrations online have meters with ASA windows which this does not. Does anyone have experience with...
  2. L

    New Praktica plc3 help pls

    Hi everyone, I just got my first camera from my friends for my birthday, I think they got it from some photographer and that it's used, it's praktica plc3 and I watched few tutorials on YouTube on how to use it, but I fail to understand how to change ISO/ASA on my camera. I inserted a film...
  3. Flavio

    Change ISO while recording video

    Hello, I have a Fuji X-T20 and just found out that I can't change the ISO while recording video. Is this common in most digital dslrs? Is this feature not important in video? Thanks in advance!
  4. T

    how to get right exposure/depth of field/shutter speed and other parameters

    hi guys, i'm not sure if this is the right place for this thread, if it's not please forgive me ahah. so, i've recently found a canon A1 that belonged to my grandad, i've never used an analog camera in my life and i'm getting into it. i'm not really a beginner about the parameters i'm asking...
  5. gossamer

    Calculating shutter in low light to avoid motion blur

    Hi everyone, there are two problems with this picture. The first is that, somehow in the process of changing from my 24-70mm to my 70-200mm VR2 lens on my D500, the Qual button was pushed and the shutter speed dial rotated, changing my RAW+Fine to NORMAL I was nearly entirely through the shoot...
  6. nixgeek

    Auto ISO with manual mode. Am I making a mistake ?

    Hi All, I'm using a Nikon d810, and my go-to default setting is to use auto-iso in manual mode. I can quickly change the aperture and shutter speed, which are the most common variables I change when having to quickly pick up my camera and get that moment. Obviously, the camera then sacrifices...
  7. I

    Fn+command dial to change ISO in Nikon D7100 . . .

    Hello Everyone, Just wondering if there is a way to change ISO by assigning Fn button + command dial, so that i can change the ISO during composition through the eVF on Nikon D7100. I am able to assign video record button + dial to do the same in my D750. My friends with D5200 are able to do...
  8. K

    Help needed ISO SUPER 8

    I recently acquired a super 8 camera. I bought film and was ready to go. I re read my cameras manual and found out it recommends 25 40 100 or 160 iso film. Well i bought 200 iso. Will it work? Also since these iso films are less common and harder to develop i was just going to buy a better...
  9. Fujidave

    Jazz Night with X-T3

    Now I have the X-T3 I am not fussed about going up to or over iso 3200 as in mono I think it looks cool. X-T3 + XF 50mm f2 and edited in Capture One Pro 11. Chris by Dave, on Flickr
  10. C

    I’m trying to figure out how to take shots like this?

    I’m so new to photography I haven’t even purchased a camera yet, besides my iPhone. I love take pictures of the scenery I’m around when I travel and of my family and friends. I saw this picture and was so intrigued by how awesome it looked, with the snow and lighting that I was inclined to post...
  11. Mchedgerphotography

    Canon 70D Indoor photoshoot lighting advice

    Hey there! I have an event coming up that will be held inside! I just bought a TT560 speedlite flash. Posted above is a sample picture of my cat. Lens: EF 50mm w/ Hoya 52 Filter Settings: Manual ISO- 400 Speedlite Flash set to lower power output HOW DOES THIS PICTURE LOOK TO YOU? Any...
  12. donny1963

    Like i said before Raising ISO Above the lowest Setting is Degrading

    Like i said before, and by the way i know alot of photographers on here disagreed with me and said it's not true but i don't care let them think what they want.. First off let me correct an incorrect statement, Some people will Say that ISO is part of the Exposure Triangle, That is simply not...
  13. P

    What Really Are The Right Settings?

    So I definitely understand what each setting is and the matter of counterbalancing them with each other to create a good looking image. But I have learned a large part of my photography from doing lowlight with fairly limited gear. I had always gone straight for lowering my aperture to 2.8 or...
  14. joshuatdlr

    Shooting the Stars

    I've been practicing shooting the stars, but they don't turn out as good as I wish they would. Any tips on how to do better long exposures? I shoot on a crop sensor if that has any impact on my results. I would eventually like to do time lapses of the galaxy.
  15. gossamer

    D500 and ISO problems

    Hi, I just upgraded from a D300 to a D500, and the pictures I took at a kids party yesterday are very grainy. My first thought is the ISO setting was too high, but I'm not sure. This is using my 16-85mm. It was an overcast day with no direct sun. I had it set for Aperture Priority, and the ISO...
  16. J

    Is my Canon A1 Light-Meter Faulty?

    Hey guys, So I bought a Canon A1 the other day with a 50mm lense and shot my first few rolls of film at a party and in the city at night. What I find strange my light meter and the exposures that its giving me. So I shot at ISO400 at the party which was indoors with decent lighting, and it...
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