Saturday, January 30, 2016

Quick Tips Series (#1) Best Camera Settings For Outdoor Portraits.

Hint is a small piece of information that helps you guess an answer or do something more easily.
So you’ll find some hints in the Quick Tips Series.
 I hope they will be useful.
 Please remember, you receive a piece of information, not the Code of laws.

Best camera settings for outdoor portraits.

Exposure mode – aperture priority (Av/A)

1 person – select the largest aperture available on your lens,
2 or 3 people – set an aperture number f/4,
a group of people – set an aperture number f/5.6.


Autofocus point - single point,
Select the AF point closest to the subject’s eyes.

Shutter speed - set by camera

ISO  - 100 


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