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  • Kelley Coleman

    christmas lights photography how-to: Here is a quote from Click Workshops: We gave this tip last year, but it's worth repeating! Turn off your flash, along with all the other lights in your house, crank up your ISO, use your tripod, and meter on the light from the tree. I wouldn't have tried this out on my own, so thank you to Lori and Jody for teaching me that trick to capturing a great Christmas tree photo! I turned my camera on Manual mode, set my ISO at 3200 (set yours as high as it will go) then I propped my camera up on the back of the sofa since I don't have a tripod. I focused the camera on the tree and then cranked my shutter speed down to 1/30th. For those of you scratching your head and going "shutterspeed??" here is the dial you turn to change your shutter speed if you have a Canon camera: After you change your ISO and focus on the tree crank that dial on down til you get in the 1/30th range. Even though the camera was telling me the pics would be way overblown I snapped them anyway, and this is what turned out. Here's some amazing news...those pics above are straight outta the camera! Here are the deets on these photos in case you're interested. Canon Rebel T1i ISO 3200 f/1.8 (I love this lens!) ss 1/30th

  • Mystic Nails ~ Jennifer Perez ☆

    camera settings for a glowing Christmas tree - can't wait to try! We gave this tip last year, but it's worth repeating! Turn off your flash, along with all the other lights in your house, crank up your ISO, use your tripod, and meter on the light from the tree. I wouldn't have tried this out on my own, so thank you to Lori and Jody for teaching me that trick to capturing a great Christmas tree photo! I turned my camera on Manual mode, set my ISO at 3200 (set yours as high as it will go) then I propped my camera up on the back of the sofa since I don't have a tripod. I focused the camera on the tree and then cranked my shutter speed down to 1/30th. For those of you scratching your head and going "shutterspeed??" here is the dial you turn to change your shutter speed if you have a Canon camera: After you change your ISO and focus on the tree crank that dial on down til you get in the 1/30th range. Even though the camera was telling me the pics would be way overblown I snapped them anyway, and this is what turned out. Here's some amazing news...those pics above are straight outta the camera! Here are the deets on these photos in case you're interested. Canon Rebel T1i ISO 3200 f/1.8 (I love this lens!) ss 1/30th

  • Elizabeth Catherine

    Camera settings for a glowing Christmas tree - For perfect Christmas photos

  • Cezbp

    Take Great Xmas Tree Photos:We gave this tip last year, but it's worth repeating! Turn off your flash, along with all the other lights in your house, crank up your ISO, use your tripod, and meter on the light from the tree. I wouldn't have tried this out on my own, so thank you to Lori and Jody for teaching me that trick to capturing a great Christmas tree photo! I turned my camera on Manual mode, set my ISO at 3200 (set yours as high as it will go) then I propped my camera up on the back of the sofa since I don't have a tripod. I focused the camera on the tree and then cranked my shutter speed down to 1/30th. For those of you scratching your head and going "shutterspeed??" here is the dial you turn to change your shutter speed if you have a Canon camera:

  • Samantha Korolis

    camera settings for a glowing Christmas tree.....the shutter speed down as loooooow as it would go, set the ISO at 100 and the aperture at f/9 so it would all be in focus. (Good to know when taking pictures with lights)

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