Which Camera Do You Own?

Tell us about your camera and how you use it. What’s the one thing you like the most about your camera? Are you using a cameraphone? They are great for shooting when you come across an unexpected spectacular moment. Some of the excellent moments have been captured on cameraphones. Or are you using a DSLR?

If you are still making up your mind to buy one, you can check out the quick buying guide here. Tell us what you’d like to know more about your camera. We are coming up with some great posts for the camera owners so have your say before we start.

We have been covering a lot of basic and technical topics on the photography front in the last one month. We’d like to know you better and collect your suggestions. We want to make sure we know you and your camera so that the information is relevant, is usable and valuable. So what are you waiting for? Come on say something :)

156 comments… add one
  • leftysphotos Jun 19, 2012 @ 22:32

    I got rid of my 50mm lens.

  • Ian Thomas Jun 19, 2012 @ 22:56

    Hi Amrisha
    It depends what your subject matter is. If its moving then you need high ISO to get any sort of shutter speed but if its not a moving subject you can have your ISO at 100 and extend the shutter open time. In most cases 30 seconds or less is enough and your camera will have a 30 second exposure on its shutter settings hopefully as that seems to be an industry standard speed. After that you need to set your camera to Manual and reduce the shutter speed till it says bulb. To avoid camera shake you will obviously need a tripod and a manual wired or wireless remote control and a stop watch timer to check how many seconds is right for the conditions. Its trial and error but the effects can be worth it.

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