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Daniel The Cool

(B)ravo Shots Using Vivid and a little low quality Settings (Some Shots Improved)

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I need you guys opinions on what setting should I used on my Nikon. Should I used Vivid settings and not that High Quality or used Really Hight Quality. Look at my previous threads for Hight Quality while I'm posting the vivid settings and normal quality

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Nice pics

But try not to focus on rollsigns that much

 

thanks and these are my sample pics to see your guys opinion if I should take pics using Vivid Settings and normal quality or High Quality

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Can you adjust the ISO setting? What camera are you using? Seems like the light meter is focusing on the artificial light in the station. If you can adjust the ISO setting (if you have a digital SLR for instance), I would play around with it and see what works. A few weeks ago, I took photos at the Transit Museum and turned off the the flash and used manual settings. It is a lot of trial and error to shoot underground. How many MP is your camera?

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What camera are you using?

Nikon L18

Can you adjust the ISO setting? What camera are you using? Seems like the light meter is focusing on the artificial light in the station. If you can adjust the ISO setting (if you have a digital SLR for instance), I would play around with it and see what works. A few weeks ago, I took photos at the Transit Museum and turned off the the flash and used manual settings. It is a lot of trial and error to shoot underground. How many MP is your camera?

 

i can't adjust ISO. It does it automatically

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the L18 i've seen is similar to the L11

 

try using sports mode (slide the mode thing to the middle, click menu and go down to Sports) that raises the ISO

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the L18 i've seen is similar to the L11

 

try using sports mode (slide the mode thing to the middle, click menu and go down to Sports) that raises the ISO

 

so do I press scene, go to select protrit and click on sports?

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idk how it works on teh L18 it might be different

but on the L11 on the slider thing on the bottom

slide it to the middle

then press MENU

then go down to sports and press OK

 

chek your instruction book to see how to go to Sports mode if your not sure

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idk how it works on teh L18 it might be different

but on the L11 on the slider thing on the bottom

slide it to the middle

then press MENU

then go down to sports and press OK

 

check your instruction book to see how to go to Sports mode if your not sure

 

thanks I'll try that Monday

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Sports mode raises the camera's shutter speed so there's less blur.

If you are not taking a picture of a moving train, and if your camera has it (i'm not sure if yours does) then use Digital Image Stabilization mode or High ISO mode.

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