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Offline crayzajhie

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Photograpy nikkon d3200 hellpppp
« on: November 05, 2014, 03:24:45 AM »
pahelp nman mga sir .nagccmula p lng ako about sa dslr.gamit ko nikkon d3200.. sabi nila mas maganda daw pag nka raw ang format ang probla ko lang  madaming dirt pag naka manual mode kesa sa auto. pahelp sa manual mode..pra kasing hindi HQ ang kuha

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Re: Photograpy nikkon d3200 hellpppp
« Reply #1 on: November 05, 2014, 07:20:43 AM »
Huh? Noise ba yang sinasabi mo? Mali setting mo, pagaralan mo muna pano gumamit niyang camera mo
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Re: Photograpy nikkon d3200 hellpppp
« Reply #2 on: November 05, 2014, 09:14:52 PM »
Pagaralan mo muna kung paano i-balance yung ISO, Shutter Speed & Aperture mo. Madaming vids sa YouTube.

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« Reply #3 on: November 07, 2014, 11:18:44 AM »
pahelp nman mga sir .nagccmula p lng ako about sa dslr.gamit ko nikkon d3200.. sabi nila mas maganda daw pag nka raw ang format ang probla ko lang  madaming dirt pag naka manual mode kesa sa auto. pahelp sa manual mode..pra kasing hindi HQ ang kuha

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Maganda ang raw format kung balak mo pang i-edit ng mas mabuti sa Photoshop or any photo editing program
kasi mas marami syang narecord na color details kaysa sa jpeg at the same time hindi nasisira ang image pag nag-adjust,
pero dahil newbie pa lang, mas gusto mo bang maubos ang ilang oras mo sa kaka-edit sa computer kaysa sa pagsho-shoot
and honing your photography skills? I shoot in jpeg dahil gusto ko tama na settings bago ipress ang shutter,
minor editing na lang like adjusting levels or brightness but sometimes almost perfect na exposure ko so wala ng editing.
Pwede mo try muna Av or Tv mode (aperture priority or shutter priority mode bago manual mode). Keep your ISO at 100-200 para walang noise,
if shooting in 400 and above dapat well lit ang subject mo dahil mas kita ang noise sa mga dark areas. If shooting in Av or Tv
mode, nakalock sa ISO 100-200 and depending sa mode, yung camera ang bahalang mag-aadjust sa ibang settings.

Sa manual mode, heto cheat sheet to start with:



Your shutter speed must be the same with your ISO, so kung ISO100 - shutter speed is 100.

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« Reply #4 on: November 07, 2014, 12:11:44 PM »
Hindi RAW format ang problem kundi hindi tama ang settings mo sa manual mode. Obviously since manual mode sya, kailangan mo ma-set nang tama ang ISO, aperture, at shutter speed mo para makuha mo ang exposure mo.

Isang malaking hula ito pero sa tingin ko ang setting mo ngayon sa manual sobrang taas na ISO.

Tingin ka sa loob ng viewfinder mo, diba may scale na

< -2 -- -1 -- 0 -- +1 -- +2 >

or something like that. I use both Canon and Nikon kaya di ko na alam kung alin. Anyway, kailangan pag naka manual mode ka, and assuming daylight scene, dapat yung pointer or arrow ay nakatapat sa 0. the higher you go, mas bright ang image, the lower mas madilim. That being said, kung ang scene mo ay puro puti (kunwari puro snowman), dapat nasa bright side yung meter mo na yan kundi magiging kulay grey yun. same pag gabi, yung mga madrama na nigh shots, syempre meter mo expect mo nasa negative side, or else washed out yung subject mo tapos kulay grey na yung dapat black.

Notes:

Shutter speed
Higher shutter speed - freeze motion, darker exposure
Lower shutter speed - motion blur, brighter exposure

Aperture
Higher f number - sharper background, darker exposure
Lower f number - more background blur, brighter exposure

ISO
Higher ISO - faster and brighter exposure, more prone to noise
Lower ISO - slower and darker exposure, less noise

Also, sa point na to, wag ka na muna mag-abala sa RAW. Sa technique ka muna magconcentrate, kasi aanhin naman ang RAW kung di pa pulido ang shots mo. Ang RAW parang digital equivalent ng film yan. Hindi sya "high quality" agad - kailangan mo i-process ang RAW file para gumanda. Kung susubukan mo magconvert ng RAW diretso sa JPEG sobrang mukhang shet yan, dahil yung JPEG na preview mo may default in-camera processing na yan. So, technique first, tapos pag intermediate level ka na sa shooting technique, pwede ka na mag move-on sa post-processing.

Magandang tip yung Sunny 16 na yan. Ang camera ko lagi nakamanual, at lagi ko sineset sa Sunny 16 rule (usually sa f/8) bago ko iligpit para ready lagi.
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Re: Photograpy nikkon d3200 hellpppp
« Reply #5 on: November 07, 2014, 01:52:48 PM »
spot on tips. it would be an advantage to try first priority setting/mode before going on full manual for you to get a grip on your camera settings on different light situations.


Your shutter speed must be the same with your ISO, so kung ISO100 - shutter speed is 100.

not in all conditions. the shutter speed should also be based on the focal length of your lens. your 1/x should be equal or at least exceed  the focal length of your lens specially if you're shooting handheld. if you're shooting with a telephoto lens, like a 70-200, a shutter speed of only 100 would increase the risk of camera shake or blurs.
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« Reply #6 on: November 07, 2014, 02:14:14 PM »
spot on tips. it would be an advantage to try first priority setting/mode before going on full manual for you to get a grip on your camera settings on different light situations.

not in all conditions. the shutter speed should also be based on the focal length of your lens. your 1/x should be equal or at least exceed  the focal length of your lens specially if you're shooting handheld. if you're shooting with a telephoto lens, like a 70-200, a shutter speed of only 100 would increase the risk of camera shake or blurs.

for a beginner, I like telling them to keep the ISO static at 400, which is also the speed of the most widely available film speed. That way they can focus on shutter speed and aperture first. Even flash technique. And besides, back in the day you had to choose just one speed for 12 to 36 shots, and only change it the next time you need to feed another roll.

I never heard of the shutter speed = ISO thing before. Alam ko rin yung depende sa focal length.
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« Reply #7 on: November 08, 2014, 03:34:25 PM »
thank you po sa lahat ng replys.. beginer pa po tlga ako hehe.. peru may mga shots ako na nakukuha sa chamba hehe... salamat sa feedbacks daming mapupulot. .

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Re: Photograpy nikkon d3200 hellpppp
« Reply #8 on: November 10, 2014, 08:58:39 AM »
spot on tips. it would be an advantage to try first priority setting/mode before going on full manual for you to get a grip on your camera settings on different light situations.

not in all conditions. the shutter speed should also be based on the focal length of your lens. your 1/x should be equal or at least exceed  the focal length of your lens specially if you're shooting handheld. if you're shooting with a telephoto lens, like a 70-200, a shutter speed of only 100 would increase the risk of camera shake or blurs.

Thanks for pointing that out.
I was basing my answer on the fact that the threadstarter is new to photography,
I imagine his Nikon 3200 is equipped with the 18-55mm kit lens that comes with it, which is the perfect focal length in terms of handheld photography.
Shooting handheld with a 200mm will be a bit of a challenge, especially in low light conditions. Without a tripod, you have to increase
the ISO to match the minimum shutter speed to prevent camera shake (but higher ISO means higher noise, so you have to find what is acceptable to you) or shoot
wide open which in most cases can soften your image.

To crayzajhie, always bring your camera and shoot para mas magamay mo settings.
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« Reply #9 on: November 10, 2014, 09:11:30 AM »
To crayzajhie, always bring your camera and shoot para mas magamay mo settings.

isa pang tip, pag nahihirapan ka sa isang shot, ilagay mo sa P yung mode, tapos shoot ka ng isa or dalawa. pag ok yung kuha, silipin mo yung EXIF data, nakalagay dun yung settings na ginamit ng camera. that way may idea ka kung nasaan banda ang magandang average setting. use it as a learning tool, not as a crutch. Admittedly hindi sya magandang learning technique, pero isa syang tool na wala noong panahon ng film (unless studio work, tapos naglolog yung photographer ng settings) kaya gamitin mo na rin.

Maganda rin yung P mode para magamay mo kung saan banda mo dapat i-set yung ibang parameters pag iniba mo na yung isa. Sa P mode kasi kunwari inadjust mo yung shutter speed, magcocompensate yung aperture, at kung aperture naman ang iniba mo, magcocompensate yung shutter.

gamitin mo yung mga mode na to para matuto ng manual, tapos saka mo lang balikan ang P mode pag kaya mo na mag street photgraphy ng naka manual mode. Sa P mode lang naman kasi yung shutter at aperture priority modes mo medyo task specific naman kaya may sariling skill set din yun.
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Re: Photograpy nikkon d3200 hellpppp
« Reply #10 on: November 11, 2014, 10:09:39 PM »
salamat sa mga tipz.. tinest ku kalikutun manual mode sa mababang iso .with flash at nagustuhan ku.. hehe ..yup i am using kit lens na pasama ng dslr.. at d same time i am using prime lens 55mm nikkor for close up shots.. manual mode lng pde sa prime lens kya mejy easy lng i adjust kci may adjustan xa sa mismong lens..

one thing.. pa help nman sa settings pag outdoor.. hehe. kit lens and prime lens

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« Reply #11 on: April 07, 2015, 09:39:05 AM »
salamat sa mga tipz.. tinest ku kalikutun manual mode sa mababang iso .with flash at nagustuhan ku.. hehe ..yup i am using kit lens na pasama ng dslr.. at d same time i am using prime lens 55mm nikkor for close up shots.. manual mode lng pde sa prime lens kya mejy easy lng i adjust kci may adjustan xa sa mismong lens..

one thing.. pa help nman sa settings pag outdoor.. hehe. kit lens and prime lens

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Ang pinaka rule of thumb pag outdoors talagang yung sunny 16 lang. Depende sa lighting at kung ano ang kukunan na yung settings mo. Personally pag outdoor, pinakamataas na yung ISO 800  sakin, tapos pag sobrang maaraw, hanggang ISO 200. pag landscape, automatic narrow aperture (higher f stop), tapos pag street naman widest aperture available sa focal length tapos shutter priority.
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