Question about Canon Cameras
This is common under low-light photography where the shutter needs to remain open longer.
A few tricks to help:
- Use the flash. Enable the fill-flash. This will work if the subject is close enough to the camera.
- Manually set the ISO to a higher number. Use the lowest number that yields good results as higher ISOs tend to also introduce some "noise" or graininess to the images. The higher ISOs will increase the sesitivty to light and compensating with a faster shutter speed. This is usually the easiest way.
- Manually increase the shutter speed. Try speeds starting at 1/250th of a second or faster as needed. Refer to your camera manual.
- Another technique is to pan with the movement. For example: If a person is running, follow them with the camera and carefully squeze the shutter release butten avoiding any camera shake. This can keep them in focus and blur the background instead. This is very cool, but takes some practice to master. The images look amazing and it is worth the effort.
Hope these tips help.
Posted on Feb 06, 2010
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