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Well I had to take some pics for my digital
photography class at school. Light trails or night pics. So yea they turned out
better than anyone actually taking the class, and she showed all her other classes.
I laughed because they were not that great. Anyways here they are.














Oh and 2 pics from Chicago

Stock and ugly. no editing

John hancock
 

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nice pics. you need to take some pics of my car
 

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sweet . what school do u go to??
 

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Grr its John Hancock building I got the two mixed up
 

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so when you wanna take some pics
 

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94_ej1 said:
how do you change the shutter spped on a camera
i have been playing with the cameras at school
but i dont no what to do
it depends what kind of camera it is ... shutter speed is only adjustable in certain modes, usually noted by "Tv" on the mode knob/dial ... and then there will be either a up/down button or a dial that you can turn to raise/lower shutter speeds
 

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venom_5 said:
94_ej1 said:
how do you change the shutter spped on a camera
i have been playing with the cameras at school
but i dont no what to do
it depends what kind of camera it is ... shutter speed is only adjustable in certain modes, usually noted by "Tv" on the mode knob/dial ... and then there will be either a up/down button or a dial that you can turn to raise/lower shutter speeds
its a olympus e 500
 

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94_ej1 said:
venom_5 said:
94_ej1 said:
how do you change the shutter spped on a camera
i have been playing with the cameras at school
but i dont no what to do
it depends what kind of camera it is ... shutter speed is only adjustable in certain modes, usually noted by "Tv" on the mode knob/dial ... and then there will be either a up/down button or a dial that you can turn to raise/lower shutter speeds
its a olympus e 500
knob on top that says "S" ... turn it to that mode, then you can press up/down and adjust shutter speed ... shutter speed value should be displayed on screen, for long exposures it will say like 1" (which is 1 sec) or for higher speeds it will be a fraction (ie: 1/200 which is 1/200th of a second)

E500 has a range of 60 seconds to 1/4000th of a second
http://www.dpreview.com/reviews/olympuse500/page5.asp
 
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