Taking Pictures Of Christmas Lights With Nikon D3000

taking pictures of christmas lights with nikon d3000

 

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Nice article as are all the articles of yours I have read so far.I am just a bit confused though and have a question, (hopefully you will not laugh) in the pictures above of you at 1/100 and at 1/2 are you saying the picture on the right is the better picture? I think the picture on the left is the better picture but I am pretty much a beginner at all of this.Thanks, Tony ReplyComment Policy: Although our team at Photography Life encourages all readers to actively participate in discussions, we reserve the right to delete / modify any content that does not comply with our Code of Conduct, or do not meet the high editorial standards of the published material.Leave a Comment Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. I have the SB-600 Speedlight, but Im not yet very proficient with it, other than bouncing the light off the ceiling which worked well for our gift-opening pictures this morning, but washed out the Christmas tree last night in the dark.Oh, and Santa brought me the 70-200mm f/2.8 lens! Ive only had a chance to play with it indoors for a bit and Im already amazed by the lightning fast auto-focus and the sharpness. New equipment is not an option at this time of year. I will also post a shoot I took last week on my portfolio. Required fields are marked *CommentName * Email * Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Thats because pop-up flash is a direct source of light.If you have a Speedlight, then you have two options to use it on the camera or use it off-camera as a remote flash. A macro is useful if you want to seclude any one ornament or decoration. Maybe the D700 or the D3s could handle it, but I guess its too much lens for the non-pro bodies. Ideally, you want the Christmas tree to be at least 5-6 feet away from your subject.

 

They make great Holiday cards. New equipment is not an option at this time of year. This helped to avoid blurring due to camera shake. The 16-35 is f4&. As you can see, neither the first, nor the second image look acceptable in any way.

 

usually im using aperture mode and active slow shutter. With such a low amount of light in the room, all kinds of problems arise for photographers: images come out blurry, portraits are too dark or images have a flat, point and shoot look to them when photographed with a flash. This thing is heavy though!Again, Merry Christmas and all the best to you and your family in 2011. So dont worry about sync modes when shooting in Manual Mode and turn off rear-sync mode if you have it turned on.Remember, the key is to use a slow shutter speed! Share this article:FacebookGoogleTwitterPinterestMoreTumblrLinkedInRedditEmailPrintRelated Articles Filed Under: Flash Photography and Lighting Tagged With: Flash Photography, Howto, Off-Camera Flash, Photography Tips, Tips for BeginnersAbout Nasim MansurovNasim Mansurov is a professional photographer based out of Denver, Colorado. let me konw what you think.Thanks Mike Reply Reply with quote Complain PhotoLeon1935 • Senior Member • Posts: 2,305 Re: Christmas lights in Boise In reply to Jeroniemo • Dec 4, 2004 Went out and grabbed three quickies. let me konw what you think.Thanks Mike Reply Reply with quote Complain PiqaPop • Regular Member • Posts: 407 Re: Christmas lights In reply to Mike Gierhart • Dec 4, 2004 Yeah! I'd like to know this too. Some with SB800 Reply Reply with quote Complain PhotoLeon1935 • Senior Member • Posts: 2,305 Re: Christmas lights in Boise In reply to Mike Gierhart • Dec 4, 2004 Nikon D70Focal Length: 34mmOptimize Image: CustomColor Mode: Mode Ia (sRGB)Noise Reduction: OFF2004/12/03 23:17:06.9Exposure Mode: ManualWhite Balance: AutoTone Comp: Less ContrastJPEG (8-bit) FineMetering Mode: Multi-PatternAF Mode: AF-SHue Adjustment: 0Image Size: Large (3008 x 2000)1 sec - F/8Flash Sync Mode: Front CurtainSaturation: EnhancedExposure Comp.: 0 EVAuto Flash Mode: i-TTLSharpening: NormalLens: 28-200mm F/3.5-5.6 GSensitivity: ISO 200Auto Flash Comp: -3.0 EVImage Comment: Fuji Superia RealiaCamera on tripod SB800 mounted on camera. Den I too use a D3000, and have various night shots in my pf, taken with a 55-300mm and the 18-55mm. cf4ac695ea

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