India Point Park

India Point Park
by matt-ball                

Submit your Photo
Hall of Fame

Please participate in Meta
and help us grow.

New answers tagged

4

From what you write I have three suggestions to make more consistent photos Set white balance to some value, this will help you to mitigate colour casts Set focus to manual and focus to particular point (also get in consideration to change aperture to have appropriate depth of field) Set flash to manual to some value, which is fine for your purpose P.S. ...


1

You were shooting in full Manual mode. Full Manual mode lets you shoot yourself in the foot all you want. Overexposed, underexposed, out of focus, etc. You can do all that in Manual mode. All the other modes on the dial are automated in such a way that you may be able to lock one setting down (aperture, shutter speed, iso, whatever), but the camera will ...


4

You appear to have a Nikon camera. On all other brands, one chooses from a list of ISO sensitivities or Auto. The camera then uses the specified ISO for every option other than Auto. With Nikon, if you have Automatic Sensitivity Control enabled in the Shooting menu, then the camera will use selected ISO as the default and actually select another ...


3

Not sure if its a setting I may have changed by accident or something to do with the light sensors? It's very likely that you changed a setting accidentally, or that the light changed and you didn't change any settings to compensate. A passing cloud can make a big difference in the amount of available light. Also, if you were shooting in the late ...



Top 50 recent answers are included