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calvinyt6

calvinyt6

Member Since 15 Jan 2024
Offline Last Active Jan 31 2024 10:02 AM
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In Topic: D3300 Blurry Images

17 January 2024 - 03:38 PM

Thank you for the advice and compliments. I have tried attaching my bag, but I didn't do it in any of the photos I have shown here. I think I'm just going to practice focusing see how clear I can get my photos. I'll start by cleaning the sensor and staying in the sweet spot of my lens to avoid diffraction with the center column down. I'll also try the manual focus to infinity La bikina suggested see how sharp my images turn out.


In Topic: D3300 Blurry Images

16 January 2024 - 03:00 PM

Why is it not a good tripod just curious? Is there anything I can do to make it more stable (don't raise the center column)? Also good to know resonance frequencies with tripod I will try to keep that in mind. Those frequencies in mind does that mean to only use a tripod if shooting for longer exposures than 1/15. Wouldn't the tripod still be moving and blur the image? If I am not able to get the correct exposure with the apertures you mentioned and SS should I just be raising the ISO or taking multiple exposes and combining them? Would you just not recommend using smaller apertures at all?

 

I shoot in raw and lightroom classic to upload and export my photos.


In Topic: D3300 Blurry Images

16 January 2024 - 10:21 AM

I thought this data was in the photo my bad. Also I meant to upload this photo instead of the other similar photo (other photo wasn't on a tripod this attached one is using a tripod).

 

First photo:

Focal 34 mm

SS 1/6 s

f/25

ISO 200

 

Second (attached)

Focal 26 mm

SS 1/20 s

f/29

ISO 400

 

Third

Focal 18 mm

SS 1/80 s

f/11

ISO 100

 

Fourth

Focal 32 mm

SS 1/30 s

f/11

IDO 100

 

Fifth (Monopod)

Focal 55 mm

SS 1/200 s

f/11

ISO 100

 

I use this Joilcan tripod i got off amazon seems sturdy. https://www.amazon.c...13d670b6bc&th=1

 

I use it with the center column up. I used auto focus for all my shots. and all the shots were taken with the AF-S Nikkor 18-55mm Nikon DX lens.