camera settings for a glowing Christmas tree

Photos of kids with lights - how to - in-the-corner

Christmas card idea

Christmas tree picture tutorial - Turn off all the lights, put ISO up high (mine was 2000), low aperture (mine was 2.8), and my shutter speed was 1/100 to avoid camera shake.

Unique Christmas Card Picture ideas

Christmas tree glow, year two. She gives her full tutorial on her website.

6 camera settings photographers always get wrong (and how to get it right)

Add Santa to your Christmas photos.

General Rules and tips for ISO Camera Settings: •Use an ISO of 100 or 200 when taking photographs outside in sunny conditions. • If the sky is overcast or it is evening time, then use an ISO within the range of 400 to 800. • Night time or in cases of low light you might need to set your digital camera ISO to 1600. If you don't then your photo will appear too dark if at all.

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10 camera settings you don’t use (but probably should).

Describes each camera setting in detail and what to use it for. Scroll past all of the basic stuff and it gets into Histograms, Metering Modes, White Balance Presets, different types of autofocus, etc. Great reference!

44 essential digital camera tips and tricks. pin now, read later.

Photography 101: How to Take the perfect Christmas Tree Photo!

Tutorial: How to take a picture of your baby wrapped in Christmas lights. : )

settings for the photos: canon 50 mm lens, 1/80, f/1.8, iso 1600

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How to make your christmas tree glow in photos

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christmas lights background for DIY christmas pictures. I have to remember this next year!