Night Photography Camera Settings, Interview with Levi Sim, Buckingham Fountain: OOC Episode 4
I am going to get a podcast out for the beginning of each week. Every Monday morning there will be a new podcast waiting for you in your podcast player.
Tony Reynes and Anne Belmont have been leading a lot of photowalks on the weekends for the Garden Photographic Society. That’s a fancy term for the Chicago Botanic Garden Camera Club. They have invited followers of the Out of Chicago site to join them on these walks. Stay tuned to Out of Chicago for future walks.
This week on the Out of Chicago site
I was on Digital Photography School! Read my 5 Advanced Tips for Light Trail Photography
Mike McCawley wrote about Street Photography Do’s and Don’ts in Chicago
Keith French on Photographing the Shawnee National Forest
Camera settings for night photography
- I shoot RAW
- I typically shoot at ISO 400 at night
- Manual exposure
- Choose aperture and change shutter speed to set exposure
- I use Live View to set my exposure-metering modes
- White balance-I choose cloudy or auto!
- Manual focus-always!
- Image stabilization/Vibration Reduction off
- 2-second delay
Interview with Levi Sim
Levi on Photofocus: http://photofocus.com/author/levicsim/
Levi on Twitter: @PhotoLevi
Chicago Photographer’s Adventure Club: https://www.facebook.com/groups/ChicagoPAC/
Photographing Buckingham Fountain
Buckingham Fountain is one of my favorite places to shoot in the summer
There are light shows on the hour every hour from 9am until 10pm with one last show at 10:35.
Details at the Chicago Park District site for Buckingham Fountain
Pick of the week
The new Flickr app for the iPhone and Android