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Digital Photography Tips

Top Ten Digital Photography Tips; something to keep in mind for when I get my camera back from the repair place. (via Reenhead)

There are 5 comments on "Digital Photography Tips":

Posted by: richard http://mechanicalcat.net/cgi-bin/log Wed Jan 1 22:36:02 2003

Mostly those tips are common to all photography (lighting, framing, colour). Good tips though. Good luck to you if you can afford a camera that gives you exposure control - the only reason I'm still using SLR :)

Posted by: acb http://dev.null.org Thu Jan 2 13:39:19 2003

My PowerShot G2 does exposure control. (You can control both aperture and exposure, either with the other being automatic, or automate both.) It wasn't cheap. (Hopefully after the repairs, it'll still be cheaper than it would have been if I bought it in Australia.)

Posted by: Graham http://grudnuk.com Thu Jan 2 14:03:44 2003

You can even do the exposure/aperture thing on the PowerShot A40, which _are_ pretty cheap now - they've dropped $200 in the nine months they've been out. The exposure's nice and precise, the aperture control typically only gives you two options about two or three f-stops apart, depending on the conditions.

Posted by: acb http://dev.null.org Thu Jan 2 14:45:43 2003

Yes, the A40 seems to be like the G2 with half the pixels and fewer addon options (no flash, possibly no macro/wide/tele lenses). Though it seems more portable and less cumbersome to carry around.

Posted by: Graham http://grudnuk.com Fri Jan 3 00:14:38 2003

Well, you can get lenses for the A40. (In that case one'd probably need a tripod as well.)

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