Tuesday, February 10, 2015
Capturing a panorama is a fairly easy task, except when the shutter speed is slow and your tripod is already in use. The other night when the boys and I were capturing the stunning sunset, I decided to snap a couple photos of the sunset without a filter on my lens. Another camera and lens combination that provides really good images at low ISO settings is the Canon EOS M. The kit lens for this little camera is actually very sharp for a zoom. It also has Image Stabilization, IS, which is especially useful when your shutter speed is going to be in the 1/10th of a second range. I took these couple of photos handheld and really like how they turned out.
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