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Mar 20, 2021 at 3:32 PM Post #14,821 of 14,893

Chris Kaoss

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It's a Sony a7iii with 28mm f/2 lens. Lens is pretty entry level but I'm very satisfied with it. Not rushing to buy a new one, but at some point I feel like I will need to.
Nice camera to start with. :thumbsup:

I'm on a Alpha 6400 with 18-135, 50/1.8 and Sigma 16/1.4.

Still learning with A and S mode too. :)
 
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Mar 20, 2021 at 9:43 PM Post #14,824 of 14,893

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It's a Sony a7iii with 28mm f/2 lens. Lens is pretty entry level but I'm very satisfied with it. Not rushing to buy a new one, but at some point I feel like I will need to.



I think one of the main things I see myself needing to do is get off the auto setting. I've been futzing with the settings a bit, and I see a good deal of versatility, so maybe I can work myself out of auto one setting at a time. Learning post-processing also seems to be a good thing to learn. Any idea where I should get started there?
The first thing I would suggest is to learn about the exposure triangle - ISO, shutter, aperture. Once you have a good understanding, set your ISO manually, and take meter readings and set your exposure manually. This will allow you to get a good feel for different shutter/aperture combinations. That's the place to start.
 
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Water beads on a sealed windscreen. :smile: (low smartphone resolution)
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