Tagged: menu settings
January 14, 2018 at 9:05 pm #28262
Just the other day, I had a splendid opportunity to take some pictures of mid air flying birds. It was so exciting to come back with some quite unique pictures that I felt like sharing with you all!! Sometimes it’s hard to get birds in mid air, but I looked for open skies with trees around, and watched for any birds that flew out from the trees.
One problem I have with my “NEW” Nikon camera, is it that when I’m in manual and try to increase the shutter speed, the ISO also follows along and rises with the shutter speed. I haven’t looked into the reason of that yet and if I can stop it, but was wondering if anyone had experiences like that with Nikons?
All pictures are taken in Manual, and with a 70- 300 mm lens
Picture of Chickadee
Shutter speed 1\1250
P.S. I’m not quite sure why the ISO reads so high, because I didn’t change it much, and I try not going “that” high with he ISO, plus all the other ISO’s are different in the other pics like ISO 640 etc. So That is the details for the Chickadee picture, but until I figure out why the computer reads so high, I’ll just put this one on for now.
Don’t feel like you have to critique all of these pictures, just let me know any better way to take them!! 🙂
January 15, 2018 at 8:37 am #28278Ryan MadarisParticipant
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@hannahm, great job! The only major thing I can see is that you needed a quicker shutter speed on the blue jay photos.January 15, 2018 at 8:51 am #28279
I agree with you @ryan, though again the more I raise the shutter speed, the ISO would rise with it. So hopefully will figure out how to fix that.January 15, 2018 at 9:00 am #28280Ryan MadarisParticipant
It may be that you are using shutter or aperture priority, depending on the camera you use. When you use either of those modes, you can adjust either the shutter speed or the aperture, and the camera controls the rest. To get away from that, I usually use the manual mode.January 15, 2018 at 9:47 am #28281David FrazerParticipant
menu > shooting menu > ISO sensitivity settings > Auto ISO sensitivity control > On/Off.
January 15, 2018 at 1:13 pm #28288
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Thank you So much David, it actually worked!! That will be really nice now to change the settings to what I want them to be!
Thank you! 🙂January 16, 2018 at 4:01 pm #28326James StaddonKeymaster
How fun is that! I was out taking pictures of birds the other day too! Looks like David nailed it with a solution to your question.
I’ll plan to critique your shots on the webinar tonight! http://www.lenspiration.com/photo-critique-with-lenspiration-jan-16/January 18, 2018 at 12:59 pm #28400
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