by Alice Herden
December 31, 2007
Settings for your Rebel
Just to have a better understanding for the settings for your Canon Rebel ..
Photo credits: Sonifo.
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Yes.. all the photography I have in here are with the cannon rebel.As far as advice, Susan.. I am in the dark.. I know I didn't understand the meanings of the settings that is why I have that link in my blog.. There is so much to learn to become "natural".. if that makes any sense.. I don't know what a three light novatron system is.. ;0) See.. learning..The only advice I can give you is be "FREE".. creative and be yourself.. step out side the "normal protection" of a portrait shot. or any shot. and just be wild.. different attracts people, and never set yourself to being perfect.. 4 things that happen on that..1: you will never dissappoint yourself2: people will never become disappointed3: you leave no room to grow4: then what the hell are you going to learn if you are perfectJust my guidelines I guess.. ;0)do some shots with each setting.. but make sure you remember or write it down on what shots are to what settings.. ;0)(which I frequently don't do).. I hope this helps!
alice thanks for the info... i will definitely be reading this
HI, I just seen your web site your pictures are awesome. Do you use your canon rebel for these. I have tryed to do some studio, but I'm not that good yet. I was wondering if you could give me some advice on light setup and camera settings. I have a three light novatron system and some basic backdrops. my email address is firstname.lastname@example.org. thanks
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