Question about Canon Rebel XT / EOS 350D Digital Camera
I was asked to take some pictures during dress rehearsals for a local theater performance. The lighting they use is very old. I have a Canon Digital Rebel XT. I used a 28-90 lens with a tripod. When I set my ISO at 800 and 1600 some of the pictures looked fine but some of the picture turned out blurry. I got a lot of blurry hands and faces. Then I changed my ISO to between 100-400, almost all the pictures turned out dark. I would like to use the manual modes.( M, AV, TV) Does anyone know what the best setting to use in this type of lighting conditions?
When you use high ISO like 800-1600 it will create big novice on image, and when you using law ISO it will be dark for sure.
so the solution is switch cam to TV mode and put into very law shutter speed and use ISO 200-400,make sure you are connected to tripod or else you will not get fine results with law shutter speed. point is when you use law shutter speed camera will take more light to censor even with law ISO your images will be perfect.
Posted on Dec 06, 2007
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