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Tuesday, January 18, 2011

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  1. What type of Canon is that? I have an older model but I just recently bought a new lens: 50mm f/1.8. I am having difficulty getting pictures with good light (except for outdoors). Any suggestions?

    Thanks! -Katie

  2. Hi Katie!

    It's a Canon Rebel XSi. I just play around with the settings when using that lens, I typically will shoot in M mode and auto ISO and just adjust the shutter speed until I find the right setting with the amount of light provided.


  3. Thanks for your reply! I always shoot manual and leave my ISO at 400, I was told that it can make pictures grainy so I don't mess with it too much. I am always adjusting shutter speed but it seems like when I'm inside I get orangy/yellowy tinted pictures :( which is due to poor lighting from my understanding! Thanks dear for your input! I love all your blogs and currently stalk you! ;)


  4. I head that as well with the ISO, however, it also pertains to how much light is in the room when determining ISO... but I really don't know much about it to be honest.

    As far as the orangy/yellowing tinted pictures, check your white balance and switch it to Tungsten when shooting indoors under lightbulbs... that helps whiten out the yellow that comes from indoor lighting.

    Hope that helps! Glad to have you stalking me! :)