Question about Samsung Cameras
Be honest with you, the scene mode is design for those who are not interested in knowing all that aperture, shutter speed etc. If you want to know the settings, all makes have different setting for different scenes according to their designs on productions.
If you are interest in these aperture things/skills, explore yourself with the equipment you have to achieve the desired picture composition. Same settings on two different camers may have different outcomes, as their lens design may not be exactly the same. Remember, EXPLORE!
Posted on Jul 12, 2008
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