This series of photos were each taken using my Sony DSC-H1 compact camera, hand-held, with tele-converter lens to the max, and settings Aperature Priority f4.5, ISO-100, 1/1000 sec.
For this camera, I can adjust up to, f8, ISO-400, and 1/1000 only.
Question: for those of you familiar with the exposure-triangle (puzzle to me). Since I'm still sporting my "L's" with manual settings, my challenge is to get it right some day and not resort to all automatic settings only.
Perhaps if ISO had been set higher or the f-stop lower? What should I be concentrating on most when trying to get a sharp, all-over image, for those in-flight photos?
Late edit: By sharp 'all-over' image I meant: taking the final photograph as my example, sharper definition on all wings parts too, i.e. the whole of bird sharper.
I'd like to think I can conquer this equasion and just get it right in my head; well more so, get it right in my camera; and I'd really appreciate your feedback. Am sure those of you who do use manual settings, will possibly note something obvious hopefully, and in the meantime, I'll just keep experimenting and hoping, for that sweet-shot next time round.
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