山上影相好方法

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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 (220.246.93.159) on Saturday, July 16, 2005 - 4:11 pm:  Edit

有無手杖又可以做腳架?


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