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Old Mar 3, 2010, 5:51 AM   #1
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Old Mar 3, 2010, 9:15 AM   #2
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#1 picture is overexposed i think because the details of ship goes under the light. I believe you should lower the ISO to below 200. It is 320. and you should manually arange wb.
#2 picture is a good example for ISO because you used 100 at that example and clearly this one is better than the first as wb and exposure.
#3 picture has good wb and exposure i think.

I am just a beginner you need some professional advices imo.
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Old Mar 3, 2010, 10:47 AM   #3
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Thanks but pic 1 is deliberate
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Old Mar 3, 2010, 12:28 PM   #4
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If photo #1 was deliberate, then you must tell us that fact. I would have made the very same comments as imut. To me, or in my opinion, wild over exposure is not very very pleasing at all. So you can see, perhaps more clearly, why it helps us a good deal if we know in advance that was an artistic choice.

I would seriously suggest to anyone that they us Auto ISO as a good practice. It will produce better exposure and avoid unwanted electronic noise in your photos.

Have a great day.

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Old Mar 3, 2010, 1:39 PM   #5
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Sarah, Hi. Maybe Itís just me, but soon after I got my FZ38/35 I was a bit
disappointed that the Auto ISO seemed to give ISO levels not to my liking.
I have subsequently set it permanently to 200 (thus, worst case I get 200
if I forget) and have made a point of setting it manually every time since.
Iíve been far happier having this full manual intervention and it usually takes
me only a second or two to figure out a desirable ISO level. Back in
December I had set the maximum ISO to 400 but now have the Intelligent
ISO set to Off too. Iím not a great fan of using flash (donít like the ďghostĒ
effect at all) and feel that I get better indoor or low light results without
Auto ISO, and Intelligent ISO set to off. I sometimes think that the reason
some users are complaining about poor indoor or low light images is that
the FZ38/35 does not always handle Auto ISO correctly? Maybe there are
some out there who can disable both Auto ISO and Intelligent ISO and
experiment and let us know if itís just me
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