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| By Ricky on Sunday, May 07, 2000 - 7:04 pm: Edit
I used to take my camera during hiking. Its difficult to take a good picture in undesired weather or with limited equipments. Lets share our experience.
| By Kit on Monday, May 08, 2000 - 9:25 am: Edit
Yes, I have the same problem too.
I use a digital camera.
I need to use the photoshop to tune the pictures
in order to make it looks good .. sunshine,
color, contrast ... etc.
| By Dawn on Tuesday, May 16, 2000 - 8:03 pm: Edit
I don't like to use digital camera. b'coz its not resistive to shock.
Second, there are many objects on the hill, its quite diificult to use digital camera to record a high resolution pic to show up all the details. Printing and Enlarging is another problem.
If there are sufficient light, I'd rather like to use a 傻瓜機 instead.
| By Kin on Wednesday, June 28, 2000 - 9:24 am: Edit
In bad weather situtation, please try add some filter to your lens while you are taking your picture.
81 series filter can be used to enhanced the colour saturation.
| By ricky on Monday, July 31, 2000 - 9:37 pm: Edit
For those really want to take a good picture, I'd suggest you to use a positive flim with slow ISO such as 50.
In outdoor enviornment up hill, the light source is much more rich, you can shutter a picture in such a speed you can manage even you use a flim speed as low as 25.
A positive flim is able to record more details than those negative. You will found its enjoyable to take a photo when you project your slide on the screen.
| By spacehawk on Tuesday, October 28, 2003 - 6:32 pm: Edit
For those who shoot under overcast weather, try use 400iso but set at 200iso, it better use fill flash.
you can get a good picture, even under a tree shade.
| By 無 (220.127.116.11) on Saturday, July 16, 2005 - 4:11 pm: Edit