03-24-2019 08:28 PM
I took this photo Here 7 Black with HDR. I know it layers multiple images - but what's the solution? See the girl She is blurry. Shoot in AUTO or RAW?? This is not good. exactly what settings do I want for SUNNY and WIDE and not blurry?
03-24-2019 09:47 PM
Having auto off and Protune On, you can manually adjust the shutter and ISO (faster shutter would give less chance for motion blur), but for your selfie shot this wouldn't be very convenient.
However, if you use Protune on a sunny day like in your shot and just drop the EV to -0.5 or -1, it will force the camera to use a faster shutter and lower ISO.
If you shoot RAW, the camera will also create a jpg, so that is an option.
Mostly though, I use SuperPhoto and it generally works out great.
If you don't mind having a lot of photos to throw away, using the Burst mode on auto is a great way to make sure you get the best shot as well.
03-25-2019 08:11 AM
I did not use a timer, as I am holding the camera. What do you mean - ""why a Ante-Shake is in the works, or is it?""
Do you mean they are looking at doing this for HDR photos?
So RAW gives best photos, but then I would need to edit every photo - or does RAW do a good job most of the time?
03-25-2019 08:18 AM
The timer is still a good idea, even when hand held as it gives a little indicator just before taking the picture. This can be helpful for the people in the shot but not holding the camera.