Question about Sony Cyber-shot DSC-W55 Digital Camera
There is no such thing as "the right setup". If there were, there would be no need for any of the different settings.
The appropriate settings depend on things such as the subject, the light, and the message you want your picture to convey. Would you want a picture of kids playing ball to look the same as one of a couple cutting a wedding cake?
Sometimes you want a picture to have a deep depth of field, other times to have a narrow depth of field. Sometimes you want a picture to be bright, other times you want it to be dark.
Check out your local public library. You'll probably find several books on introductory photography. They'll tell you what effect the various settings have on your pictures. Then you can start applying them to your pictures to make them say what YOU want them to say.
Posted on Jun 16, 2011
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