Airshow Photography

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Larry I
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Re: Airshow Photography

Post by Larry I » Thu May 03, 2018 7:48 pm

I'm another Canon shooter & although this was put out by Canon it's not brand specific info & should help you understand a few of the more important yet basic principals of photography. It's an easy to understand tutorial that should help you in understanding what the different choices are for on the mode dial of a camera.

http://www.canonoutsideofauto.ca/

One other thing I'll recommend learning about relates to the Auto Focus system modern camera use. There will be a menu that can be changed to allow the AF system to track movement & try to predict where the camera needs to re focus as the target keeps moving as you try to get the shot. "AI Servo' is the desired setting when things are moving while "One Shot" should be the setting for static subjects.

RyanD
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Post by RyanD » Fri Dec 07, 2018 1:38 am

Besides a good camera, such kind of professional photography requires a special software for editing photos. For the reason that even a good photo needs to be enhanced. Most often I use the technique of splash colours. This effect provides impressive & vivid results turning a photo into grayscale or black and white, and keeping the color of certain objects.

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