Originally Posted by TheTrojanBetta
Laserflair62- I know that feeling! I'm already really bad at deleting and sorting through pictures, whoops.
Tree- Thank you very much! :) That means a lot coming from you, I've always seen your pictures around and they are gorgeous
I was actually wondering about that! I'm still trying to figure the camera out; so far it seems that the sports setting is best for the fish, but that's about all I really know that I'm doing. I'm still not the best with all the technical terms.
If you don't mind me asking, which settings do you use?
No problem. =) and awwww thanks. ^^
I LOVE to use the "M" setting (Manual Exposure
) on my cannon. It brings out the colors of the fish so well and it will make the whole betta crisp clear without too much blur. Or you can use "TV" Shutter priority AE
You wanna make sure your flash is on with the "M" setting because it will just be a dark photo indoors. I have my "M" settings like this:
1/125 -1/1000 depending on how much blur you want.
Either Auto or 1600 for indoor scenes.
To Al focus. (I have mine on MF "Manual focus" cause my lens is having issues doing it on it's own.) <-- hard to do when you are photoing a fish. XD
: Continuous shooting. (though the flash makes this mode slower.)
I hope this helps somewhat ^^; this might all look overwhelming to some people. LOL