Question about Olympus EVOLT E-300 (Double Lens Kit) Digital Camera
First thing you should check is the iso
setting, the lower the value the slower the value makes for slower exposure.
Even if your camera is set for fully auto exposure the iso setting will
screw everything up A high aperture
value, diaphragm closed will give you a larger depth of field (close to
far will be in focus. Faster shutter speed. Possibly your iso setting is set
On a sunny beach try iso 100, shutter
speed 1/500, aperture 16. I shoot with a Canon 5D Mark II & I keep in
aperture priority or AV this way I can blur the background with a lower
aperture value, aperture diaphragm open wide.
I hope this will get you headed in
the right direction!
Posted on Apr 29, 2013
try the Digital Photography School website they have almost the perfect solution the beach photography problems
hope this helped
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