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Old 06-04-2007, 05:38 PM   #62
Verdugo
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Originally Posted by WHTSTirex View Post
the different combos you would use to take pictures will vary depending on what effect your looking for. but if your shooting cars, its a good idea to try and keep it on iso100 at all times. dont want to get screwed with noise in the images (unless your going for the noise, some people like that look.) best thing to do, is to learn your camera to see how it is going to react to different settings, or how aperture will effect dof, shutter, yada yada.

check this out, both are pretty much the same image, with only one setting changed. same exposure when done. but you can tell that they look different. the only thing done to these pictures was a little sharpening/cropping/color correction. i did use my flash, but this image is more to show what you can do by changing only one setting.




and yes, i broke out my initial d cars.
Exactly And I have those Initial D cars too
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