When we are taking pictures, we want to have as much freedom as possible. We try to avoid anything that might distract us from composing a good image. One of these possible distractions is searching for the right camera settings. After all, taking photographs is less fun when you are constantly worrying about the aperture, shutter speed or ISO. Especially when you don’t have a lot of experience or when you are shooting hand-held in varying light conditions.
In the video below I explain how the following settings can make things a lot easier.
- aperture priority
- Auto ISO
- minimum limit shutter speed