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Dawn at Stonehenge - tips from an amateur photographer

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Bianca Markos
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« on: January 01, 2010, 07:46:08 am »

  had a Nikon D 70 camera with a great lense Nikon 18 - 200 mm the best ever all in one lense. Yes, the camera and the lense is important but more so the following tips.
Crucial Tips :

    * With this lense you don't need a tripod but if you don't have this lense you will definelty need one. Check here why VR is important !
    * Raise  ISO to 400 if possible and  shoot RAW: RAW is much more flexible in editing afterwards
    * You want the greatest depth of field possible, you should set your lens to a small aperture.
    *  and you need warm clothing and gloves ... cause it's pretty cold out there at 5:30 am and believe me the first rays of sun doesn't warm you up a bit.
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