Question about FUJIFILM FinePix S2950 / S2990 Digital Camera
I need to take some pictures for a wedding tomorrow and I have to take them in poor lightning and I want to know how I can get the best photos, what setting would I need to set my camera on?
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Posted on Dec 21, 2016
Put the Sun to your back, Use the flash, Use a tripod it's very important to keep your camera steady to avoid blur, Put your digital camera on manual settings and set aperture to the possible lowest number, Boost your ISO, Be careful about auto-focus and last but not least move closer to the light source. http://wishandco.kr/
Posted on Mar 21, 2016
I notice the question said bad lighting, so maybe not just lack of light. One example of bad lighting is low ceilings with those little round lights that should be warming food at a dinner, not illuminating a dance floor. Avoid taking shots when people are directly under those lights. Wait until they are between the lights or at least off to the side of the light. If those are tungsten bulbs, try changing your cameras white balance using the color temperature setting. You may need to go down to 2700K before things look right.
See if your camera has "rear sync" or second curtain sync for the flash. Set the exposure based on the room light, then take a flash shot of two people dancing (you should be too close to fit more than two). You should see a motion blur trailing them, then they will be sharp, frozen, and well illuminated by the flash.
Posted on Jan 29, 2015
You can find the manual here. They have some suggestions for shooting in low light:
Use a tripod if available, or brace the camera against a wall, table, or other fixed object when taking pictures to reduce blurriness.
If you don't have an object to brace the camera against, use these techniques to reduce camera shake. Press the camera button instead of jabbing at it.
Search the internet for "low light photography" for more tips. The PARTY and NATURAL LIGHT settings on your camera should boost the ISO on your camera.
Do some test shots before hand in low light situations to see what works best.
Posted on Feb 11, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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