How to shoot sun, fireworks and night scenes

 

        Let's talk about shooting the sun. A lot of people think that it is difficult, but it is not true due to the science and technology of today's digital cameras. As long as you choose the right composition, automatic or program, you will produce a good sunrise or sunset photograph. You can manually adjust the shutter as 125 (1/125sec) aperture (f 8), ISO 100 as shown above. In addition, when shooting the sun or light emitting objects, it is important to omit the filter to avoid photo reflection or aura. You can see the differences in the images above. The photograph on the left is taken with the filter, and the one on the right without the filter.

       

For shooting fireworks, it is recommended to use the camera’s fully automatic or program. This will also produce a good photograph of fireworks. If you have to manually adjust the shooting, I recommend holding down the selected shutter for two seconds (2 sec) aperture of 5.6 (f 5.6), ISO 100. But you must use the tripod and shutter rope (or shutter remote control), to make the image clear. In addition, you have to change the focus mode to manual (with AF in focus to manual).

 

        For shooting night scenes, many people do not know how to shoot a night view. It is very simple to produce a good photograph using the camera’s automatic or program. The photograph on the left used automatic shooting. If you have to manually adjust the shooting, hold down the general election shutter for six seconds (6 sec) or B  aperture of 5.6 (f 5.6), ISO 100 (as shown above right). You must also use the tripod and shutter rope (or shutter remote control), so the image is not blurry.

 

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