Cobiie 4:18pm, 25 November 2011
For college I have been sent out to take 24 Landscape pictures I have a few weeks to complete the project. BUT... I as well as college I also work and have very limited time during the day to go out and take pictures and at this time of year its pitch black a about 4pm... dose anyone have any suggestions on how I can get good landscapes with VERY limited light?
Yvee SnapShot Posted 7 years ago. Edited by Yvee SnapShot (member) 7 years ago
I'm only a beginner. However on a course with Ian Cameron at Glencoe we were taught to shoot in the pitch black and during the week the weather was pretty bleak too. This one's vital stats are Taken Oct 31st, 2009 - 17.50pm - Camera: Canon 50D. Lens: Canon 16-35mm F2.8 L USM. Manual Focus. Original Focal Length: 35.0mm. Aperture Value: F14. Shutter Speed: 6 secs. ISO: 200
Filters: UV, Circular Polariser, ND and Grad ND + tripod of course - you could also increase the ISO. Hope the settings help & good luck with your project. Castle Stalker from Portnacroish
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