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kimmy 03-24-2004 8:14 AM

I got a new digital camera and was wondering what ISO you use for taking shots of wakeboarding? I know that 80/100 ISO is for bright conditions. But does 800 work better for action shots? Tell me what speed you use for all those great pictures? Thanks for your input. <BR>

mac_attack 03-24-2004 8:38 AM

The higher the iso the more noise you will see. I would keep it low.

tdeneka 03-24-2004 8:57 AM

As wide as you can go in aperature. <BR> <BR>Keep the speed at least over 1/500 (preferably 1/1000 or faster) <BR> <BR>As low an ISO as you can for these other conditions <BR> <BR>You have to make a decision between noise or blur if the lighting sucks. Work on panning if you have to go to slower shutter, but this will not fix all of the blurring, but makes pretty cool action shots; a little different than the typical stop-action type. <BR> <BR>But I am no expert!!!

kimmy 03-24-2004 10:28 AM

Thanks so far that is very helpful information.

garrett_cortese 03-29-2004 5:25 PM

Kimmy, <BR> <BR>Here's a "how to" article I wrote a few months back that you might find useful as you get into wakeboarding photography. It explains everything from camera settings like ISO and f-stops to how to shoot from different angles. Hopefully you find it helpful. <BR> <BR><a href="http://wakeboarder.com/display.phtml?a=553" target="_blank">http://wakeboarder.com/display.phtml?a=553</a> <BR> <BR>Best, <BR>Garrett <BR> <BR>Garrett Cortese Photography <BR><a href="http://www.gacphotos.com" target="_blank">http://www.gacphotos.com</a>

Walt 03-29-2004 6:24 PM

Garrett,That was a good read ! Thanks !

kimmy 04-28-2004 10:22 PM

Garrett, wow great article. That was alot of good information. Thank you.


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