Camera Settings for Outdoor Photography on a Steaming Hot Day

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If you're shooting outdoors on a steamy, hot day, you're going to want to pay very close attention to certain camera settings. Learn about camera settings for outdoor photography on a steamy, hot day with help from an experienced director of photography in this free video clip.

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Hi, I'm Dan Reinecke with Unknown Media. Today, I'd like to talk to you about your camera settings for shooting photography outside on a steamy hot day. Now what I'd suggest is setting your ISO to as low as it will possibly go and then from there adjusting your aperture to your likeness and for the depth of field you are trying to achieve. After that, set your shutter speed again to your likeness for what you are going for in your photo. So what you're going to do is drop your ISO as low as it will go and then after that it's going to be a balancing act between your aperture and shutter speed to maintain exposure while keeping the effect that you're trying to achieve with your photo. That is my suggestion for camera settings while shooting photography outside on a steamy hot day. I'm Dan Reinecke, take your best shot.

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