- Perfect Flash Phtography using a 35mm DSLR Camera - Camera: Petax K5 DSLR,
ASA/ISO: 400, Shutter
Speed: 1/400 Sec. ,Camera Mode:
Shutter Priority, Lens Setting: 150mm,
Portrait Style: Head Shot, Climate: Outdoors and Cloudy Weather,
Flash Power (+/-): 0.0, Expsure
Compensation (+/-): 0.0 /
Additional Notes: The
Camera Mode will probably function fine in any degree of program
mode and this would include the Aperture Mode and the Program
Mode. If you set your lens at 150mm first and then try to fill
up the camera's view-finder with the head and shoulders of the
subject being photographed, this will provide the necessary distance
the camera needs to be away from the subject being photographed
to provide the proper amount of illuminations.
Outdoor Professionalal Sports Photography using a 35mm DSLR Camera - Set your camera on Shutter
Priority so that it's first consideration is the speed at
which the shutter closes. When I was photographing The Seattle
Seahawks Training Camp I got the richest dark greens when my camera
was set on Shutter Speed: 1/2000 Second, Apature
Setting: F6.7 and at an ASA Setting: 400.
After you shoot a few images check on the images for exposure.
I ajusted my shutter speed down to 1/1250 second during my initial