Friday, August 31, 2007
Sunday, August 26, 2007
Saturday, August 25, 2007
Friday, August 24, 2007
I would like to share some setting which i use in my Olympus E-510 to take those fireworks shot..
1. iso 100
2. manual focus set to infinity (my fren using canon s3 set to autofocus ruin all his shot!)
3. 4s to 8s (dont be mistakenly set to 1/4 if u r using nikon d40x as what happen to my fren)
5. Noise Reduction must be on for olympus camera (i learn this the hard way)
7. Remote Control ..if dont have also nevermind just be smooth when u press the shuttle
Those are the main things to look out for..With those setting you can definitely get 1 or 2 usable shot..
Posted by Lucifer at 10:53 AM
Sunday, August 19, 2007
Today is the first day of the Malaysia Internation Firewrok Competition held in Putrajaya. The firework display was great. Here are some of my shot..
Camera model: E-510 dslr
Equipment: tripod + UV lens + 8GB CF 150x card
The ussual setting i used are 4s to 8s and f8 - f11
Err today late already..so will just post few shot..tomorow will post somemore...
Posted by Lucifer at 2:40 AM
Saturday, August 11, 2007
Tuesday, August 7, 2007
Finally i got my first digital SLR. I chosen the olympus E-510 over canon EOS 400d and Nikon D40x because it has live view and built in IS. This is kinda cool.
My first impression is it just fit nicely into my hand..not too heavy and not too light. The auto mode with some preset scene setting make using this SLR so easy..
Hmm A lot of people ask me why Olympus...
1. Liveview (damn useful for macro and IR photography)
2. Build in IS (i foresee in few more years to come the lens will be much cheaper (compare with C or N lens with IS or VR) than c n n...but donno will come true or not)
3. I am new and dont have any existing lens..i can afford to start any new system i want..
4. i know canon n nikon got lots of system upgrade but how many of us can afford those cutting edge lens..? majority will buy 400d or 40x and stuck with their kit lens...after knowing they have to fork out a fortune for a IS or VR lens...
I have two sample pictures taken using Auto mode. here it is.
Posted by Lucifer at 9:03 PM