Of course, there is no magic formula for setting the camera, no matter what kind of photos you want to take. Neither is there any ultimate equipment for such jobs. This is also the case with the photography of weddings in churches. Motives and light conditions vary from shooting to shooting. Nevertheless, I usually move with my equipment in a certain setting range, or try to approach the location, motives and light from a certain value. Here I talk about equipment, camera settings and editing.
If you travel frequently by car or mobile home and also want to charge your batteries on the road, you may know the problem: Sometimes there is no 220V power supply at hand and the battery of the SLR remains empty.
After a long search, I have now found a charger that charges the batteries on the 12V on-board power supply, for example via the cigarette lighter.
In this manual I will explain the settings I use to record videos on the Nikon D7500 and why I use these settings. So you can create clear video with high recording quality with your D7500.
Nikon has released the firmware update of version 1.10 for the cameras D7500, D850 and D5600. Nikon users of D7500, D850 and D5600 now receive the long-awaited open Wi-Fi, with which now also connections to other devices than only the SnapBridge app are possible.
In this blog entry I’ll show you how to set up the Nikon D7500 so that you can create an exposure series for HDR photography. I will devide this tutorial in two sections: One for easily and fast shooting of HDR images free hand, another professional setting for shooting HDR images from a tripod mounted camera. We store all HDR-specific settings for each method in a separate usersetting bank „U1“ or „U2“ to recall all the settings easily and fast. So we will be able to switch between normal workflow and HDR workflow very quickly.