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NEWBIE Q & A Thread: Newbies Ask, Experts Answer PART 2
« on: January 05, 2010, 09:29:27 AM »
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NEWBIE Q & A Thread: Newbies Ask, Experts Answer PART 2
« on: January 05, 2010, 09:29:27 AM »

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Re: NEWBIE Q & A Thread: Newbies Ask, Experts Answer PART 2
« Reply #1 on: January 05, 2010, 02:51:40 PM »
baka po may nakakaalam sa inyo pano sagarin ang shutter speed ng 500d, di ko kasi alam anong search string ang gagamitin sa google para mahanap . . . hangang 1/200 lang kasi eh kahit manual at ang alam ko hangang 1/4000 sya . . . thanks in advance . . .
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Re: NEWBIE Q & A Thread: Newbies Ask, Experts Answer PART 2
« Reply #2 on: January 05, 2010, 04:11:08 PM »
di ko alam sa canon, pero try to check baka naka open flash pop up, or may on board flash ka.... ;D aside from that, di ko na alam...hth

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Re: NEWBIE Q & A Thread: Newbies Ask, Experts Answer PART 2
« Reply #3 on: January 05, 2010, 05:29:40 PM »
baka po may nakakaalam sa inyo pano sagarin ang shutter speed ng 500d, di ko kasi alam anong search string ang gagamitin sa google para mahanap . . . hangang 1/200 lang kasi eh kahit manual at ang alam ko hangang 1/4000 sya . . . thanks in advance . . .

Set the cam in either Manual or Tv mode. Make sure that the pop-up flash isn't . . . well . . . up and make sure walang flash na naka mount sa hot shoe ng cam mo. Dapat ma sagad mo na yung shutter speed nyan.
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Re: NEWBIE Q & A Thread: Newbies Ask, Experts Answer PART 2
« Reply #4 on: January 05, 2010, 05:53:11 PM »
ah okies . . . sige po masubukan mamaya paguwi sa bahay . . . di ko maalala kung nakabukas yung flash ko or hinde pero im sure i tried both m and tv with same results  . . . salamat sa instructions malamang nakabukas nga flash ko non  ;D . . .
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Re: NEWBIE Q & A Thread: Newbies Ask, Experts Answer PART 2
« Reply #5 on: January 05, 2010, 06:43:42 PM »
malamang may naka bukas na flash yun, kung wala, baka may problem yan sa contacts ng flash, pag ganun, pacheck mo na lang sa technician.
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Re: NEWBIE Q & A Thread: Newbies Ask, Experts Answer PART 2
« Reply #6 on: January 05, 2010, 07:22:08 PM »
Newbie here. I'm a big fan of skies and clouds. Kaya when I saw some of sir Jay Jallorina's shots na kung saan eh parang tumatakbo yung ulap na parang naka time elapse, napamangha talaga ako. Pano po ba gawin yun mga masters? ???

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Re: NEWBIE Q & A Thread: Newbies Ask, Experts Answer PART 2
« Reply #7 on: January 05, 2010, 08:37:46 PM »
Newbie here. I'm a big fan of skies and clouds. Kaya when I saw some of sir Jay Jallorina's shots na kung saan eh parang tumatakbo yung ulap na parang naka time elapse, napamangha talaga ako. Pano po ba gawin yun mga masters? ???

Gamit ka ng ND or neutral density filters para dumilim yung makikita ng camera mo. This will lower the shutter speed. Try mo gawin ito pag medyo madilim at maraming ulap.
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Re: NEWBIE Q & A Thread: Newbies Ask, Experts Answer PART 2
« Reply #8 on: January 06, 2010, 07:56:31 AM »
Newbie here. I'm a big fan of skies and clouds. Kaya when I saw some of sir Jay Jallorina's shots na kung saan eh parang tumatakbo yung ulap na parang naka time elapse, napamangha talaga ako. Pano po ba gawin yun mga masters? ???


You'll need a BW Neutral Density Filter (106 or 110) or a Hoya ND400x, a sturdy tripod a shutter remote (pwede cord, pwede wireless), and lots of patience.

- You need to set up your cam and your tripod first, make sure its sturdy and walang shake na mangyayari.
- Compose your shot
- after composition set your lens to manual mode and your shutter release to remote (kailangan naka manual yung lens mo kasi pag nag kabit ka ng ND filter hindi siya mag AF kasi madilim na masyado yung nakikita ng cam)
- screw-in your ND filter and check with the built in light meter if your under exposed.
- increase (or decrease?) shutter speed hanggang umabot ka sa desried level of exposure
- click the shutter release sa remote (this will eliminate any added cam shake from pressing the shutter sa cam mismo)
- pag hindi ok yung exposure sayo, adjust shutter speed and try again
- if you want to change your composition, you have to start from step 1

and presto!



May cloud streaks ka na.

Mas maganda kung mag long exposure ka ng early morning or late afternoon para you can get the desired effect at shorter shutter speeds

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Re: NEWBIE Q & A Thread: Newbies Ask, Experts Answer PART 2
« Reply #9 on: January 06, 2010, 02:01:50 PM »
Maraming salamas sir knifebox and sir banlag. Try ko to. Bili muna ko ng ND filters. Oo nga pala. Nakita ko kasi marami klase ND filters. May 2 stops, may 4, may 8, etc. Ano ba pagkakaiba at ano ba usually sa kanila ang madalas gamitin?

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Re: NEWBIE Q & A Thread: Newbies Ask, Experts Answer PART 2
« Reply #10 on: January 06, 2010, 02:32:34 PM »
Maraming salamas sir knifebox and sir banlag. Try ko to. Bili muna ko ng ND filters. Oo nga pala. Nakita ko kasi marami klase ND filters. May 2 stops, may 4, may 8, etc. Ano ba pagkakaiba at ano ba usually sa kanila ang madalas gamitin?

Madalas gamitin ng mga kilala ko Hoya ND400 or B+W ND106

I used to have B+W 110 kaya lang na benta ko na
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Re: NEWBIE Q & A Thread: Newbies Ask, Experts Answer PART 2
« Reply #11 on: January 06, 2010, 06:29:27 PM »
Maraming salamas sir knifebox and sir banlag. Try ko to. Bili muna ko ng ND filters. Oo nga pala. Nakita ko kasi marami klase ND filters. May 2 stops, may 4, may 8, etc. Ano ba pagkakaiba at ano ba usually sa kanila ang madalas gamitin?

di ko alam alin madalas gamitin pero explain ko stops.

pag shutter mo without ND filter nasa 1/4000... pag 1 stop darker, magiging 1/2000...
so 2 stops from 1/4000 magiging 1/1000. Pag 4 stops from 1/4000 magiging 1/250. Pag 8 stops from 1/4000 magiging 1/15.
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Re: NEWBIE Q & A Thread: Newbies Ask, Experts Answer PART 2
« Reply #12 on: January 06, 2010, 07:52:41 PM »
Thank you mga bossing! Siguro 2 stops kukunin kona filter. Yun kasi pinakamadalas ko makita na ginagamit eh;)

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Re: NEWBIE Q & A Thread: Newbies Ask, Experts Answer PART 2
« Reply #13 on: January 06, 2010, 09:08:33 PM »
Any tips on "Jumping Shot" settings? Yung tipong pag bilang ng 1...2...3 sakto sa pindot. hehe... newbie here.. ;D

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Re: NEWBIE Q & A Thread: Newbies Ask, Experts Answer PART 2
« Reply #14 on: January 06, 2010, 09:19:05 PM »
Any tips on "Jumping Shot" settings? Yung tipong pag bilang ng 1...2...3 sakto sa pindot. hehe... newbie here.. ;D

fast shutter speed . . . i tried 1/50 and 1/60 and it looks ok . . . you can use a timer or an ir/wireless remote control on your camera . . . hth
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Re: NEWBIE Q & A Thread: Newbies Ask, Experts Answer PART 2
« Reply #15 on: January 06, 2010, 09:19:52 PM »
Any tips on "Jumping Shot" settings? Yung tipong pag bilang ng 1...2...3 sakto sa pindot. hehe... newbie here.. ;D

tip ko focus ka muna sa isang bagay... kunwari sa mukha nung subject. Tapos half press mo yung shutter para mag lock yung focus. Bilang ka 1-2-3 tapos sa talon mo i-timing yung full-press ng shutter. :)
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Re: NEWBIE Q & A Thread: Newbies Ask, Experts Answer PART 2
« Reply #16 on: January 06, 2010, 09:25:31 PM »
Hi Sir Borexxx, ang experience ko sa "jumping shots" para makatulong bumilis o maging instantaneous yung shot ay:

Mag-pre focus ka na sa subject mo, tapos pag malinaw na sila, nang hindi ginagalaw yung lente, ilagay mo ito sa manual focus mode. Para pag kukunin mo na yung shot wala nang focusing na gagawin yung camera. :)

Makakatulong din ang mabilis na shutter speed (shutter priority mode) para mag-freeze ang motion ng subject habang nasa ere. :)

Pa-correct na lang kung may mali. :) Sana makatulong :)

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Re: NEWBIE Q & A Thread: Newbies Ask, Experts Answer PART 2
« Reply #17 on: January 06, 2010, 11:56:40 PM »
Any tips on "Jumping Shot" settings? Yung tipong pag bilang ng 1...2...3 sakto sa pindot. hehe... newbie here.. ;D

  • High shutter speed, say 1/100, or flash
  • Ask them to bend their knees first
  • Show them when to jump
  • Even after that, don't expect them to jump when you expect them to jump.  Watch for when they jump, and press the shutter just before they hit where you want to catch them
  • Using a low vantage point will help you give them "air time"
  • Chimp your shot, and repeat if necessary
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Re: NEWBIE Q & A Thread: Newbies Ask, Experts Answer PART 2
« Reply #18 on: January 07, 2010, 12:10:45 AM »
How about "panning shot"?
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what effects does the extension tubes gives?? just a newbie... does the sizes vary on every shots?

 

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