How do you take digital photos at night?
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Jun 1st, 2007 2:32 am
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In that case the photos shouldn't be blurry at all, unless the tripod is the cheap-type that moves when you press the shutter. Use the self-timer to minimize the vibration from pressing the shutter.
Jun 1st, 2007 3:19 am
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Jun 1st, 2007 3:53 am
The short answer is no. If your hands shake and your shutter speed is too slow (which it should be in low light settings) you'll get camera shake and blurry pictures.
Jun 1st, 2007 4:36 am
Jun 1st, 2007 6:31 am
i've always had this same problem.....i assumed my camera didn't do it automatically for some reason-heh....i guess none of them doisn't there any digicam that takes care of this automatically without need for tripod?
Jun 1st, 2007 7:05 am
Jun 1st, 2007 7:13 am
Just find some sort of table to set your camera on, use the timer mode, and take the picture. If the framing is inappropriate, you can always crop the picture. Also, if you put it on a table or tripod, then you should be free to put the ISO back to 100 (it'll just take longer to expose the pic, but at least it won't be grainy like 800). If you get a crisp picture after that, and it is too dark or too bright [bright lights, like xmas trees, can fool the camera's meter], then apply exposure compensation (+ for dark, - for bright)... your camera should have this... and then the picture will turn out perfectly.dolphie wrote: ↑Jun 1st, 2007 6:31 ami've always had this same problem.....i assumed my camera didn't do it automatically for some reason-heh....i guess none of them do
I'm surprised there isn't one that does-for newbs like me. All I want is a clear picture of my christmas lights one year without having to by a tripod! lol
Jun 1st, 2007 7:41 am
Jun 1st, 2007 8:55 am
...noise...Bazooka Joe wrote: ↑Jun 1st, 2007 7:41 amTake the dark picture and fix it up afterwards. Even with normal windows picture viewer you can do a fair bit, if you've got photoshop you can make any picture the best picture you've ever taken.
You can't fix a blurry picture, but once you start playing around with it, a dark picture is relatively easy to bring everything out.
Jun 1st, 2007 8:58 am