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  Top Ten Digital Photography Tips
Subject:   Nice
Date:   2002-10-22 21:36:34
From:   anonymous2
Very good. Thanks for the tips. ;) JK
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  • Nice
    2003-06-29 20:36:48  anonymous2 [View]

    Very good tips. I tried the cloudy white balance but did not see a great deal of difference. I may need glasses.

    One quick question--how do you go about taking night time shots, such as the downtown buildings at night? Do you just select a long shutter setting and turn off the flash? Trial and error? Thanks.
    • Nice
      2003-09-03 00:14:52  anonymous2 [View]

      Use a tripod and a long shutter setting (depending on the time of evening, anywhere from a half second on up). Definitely no flash! :) I also recommend using the self timer to trip the shutter, so you don't accidentally jar the camera. Good luck!
      • Nice
        2003-12-11 01:31:46  anonymous2 [View]

        This is very intresting to new comer like us to the world of digital photography.
        • Nice
          2003-12-11 07:45:07  anonymous2 [View]

          thank you 4 helping me with my study
          • Nice
            2003-12-11 07:47:05  anonymous2 [View]

            I did not like this website.
            • Holding my 5.0 mrega pixels Gate way steady
              2004-01-04 11:50:05  anonymous2 [View]

              could you give me some tips? I have a hard time holding my camera steady. My pictures do not come out as clear as I would like. Should I use the small view finder and not the L.C.D.
              • Holding my 5.0 mrega pixels Gate way steady
                2006-03-05 11:33:08  wjodon [View]

                Use a monopod, which is much more portable than a tripod and can really help with long exposures. I use an Hakuba Mono Stand 10, which has the virtues of being small and easy to carry in an urban environment, and of doubling as a mini-tripod.