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Old 25-11-2009, 01:13   #1 (permalink)
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Camera Setting fo inside shots

Ive got a bit of work taking shots of caravans for a company, what would be the best setting for the camera to take shots indoors, proberly a silly question but i am still learning.

I will be using a Nikon D60.
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Re: Camera Setting fo inside shots

Use a tripod and take your time. Set things up as you want them and shoot away. I would also shoot in RAW or at least make sure you manually set your white balance first
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Re: Camera Setting fo inside shots

If the caravan is small you may have to shoot from the outside through the window,check all the pictures as you take them thats one of the good points about digital! I have not used a D60 so I dont know what settings are on that camera as been said before a tripod is a must you may be using F22 for every shot so you will be using a very slow shutter speed, if you use flash you may kill a lot of the atmosphere inside the caravan! the raw setting may give the best results, best of luck

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The caravans are large, thanks for the tips, will let you know how i get on in december.
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Good advice already. Do you also have a wide angle lens? I mainly shoot interior design for my work and it's a must. Shoot in RAW and you can adjust the WB later.
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