Auto off for long ex­po­sures

Amateur Photographer - - Technique Take Control Of Iso -

9When shoot­ing long ex­po­sures with or with­out an ND fil­ter, or sim­ply shoot­ing with the cam­era on a tri­pod, it’s best to turn off Auto ISO and set the low­est na­tive set­ting avail­able. On some cam­eras this will be ISO 50, 100 or 200. Auto ISO will raise ISO for a faster shut­ter speed, with the side ef­fect of in­creas­ing the noise.

Turn Auto ISO off for long ex­po­sures

Newspapers in English

Newspapers from UK

© PressReader. All rights reserved.