Tips for shooting in broad daylight

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Globetrotter, Aug 29, 2008.

  1. Globetrotter

    Globetrotter

    60
    May 4, 2008
    SoCal
    Don't know if this belongs in the lighting forum or not (my apologies if it's in the wrong place), but here's my deal:

    I'm going to an outdoor festival tomorrow and want to snap away. Obviously the lighting won't be optimum (to put it mildly) as the sun will be right overhead. What are some tips you guys can share about shooting in broad daylight? I've done it before, but I'm always up for learning more.

    Thanks
     
  2. what will you be shooting?
    what lens will you be using?

    1 main hint..... FILL FLASH
    use it often
    it'll make all the difference in the world
     
  3. Nchesher

    Nchesher

    579
    Jul 7, 2006
    Lansing,MI
  4. morcguy

    morcguy

    957
    Dec 29, 2006
    Minnesota

    What he said.


    Based on the date of your post - how did it go?
     
  5. Nchesher

    Nchesher

    579
    Jul 7, 2006
    Lansing,MI
    Thanks Ron
     
  6. Shoot everything at 1/4000th at f/22 and make sure to shoot at the fastest ISO! :wink:

    Really, shoot at 1/125-160th at f/8-11 and shoot at the lowest ISO possible. Adjust the WB accordingly.

    If you're asking questions here, you better start reading your manual. It would probably help if you got a photo book as well. Don't even dare go into P mode or you'll be booted out of the Nikon brotherhood! :biggrin:
     
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