01 May

Capturing with Manual Mode – Sony DSC HX1 Photography

“Auto mode is for kids and manual is for photographers”

Well, One must take out time to learn & for those owning camera, this is definitly a must do thing. I’ve started capturing through Manual modes and I’m pretty much amongst those beginners & learners.

Charity and photography begins at home (it’s kitchen in my case)!! :)
Enough words, let the pictures talk for themselves.

Sony DSC Hx1 Captures

Focal Length: 26mm
F-Number: F/8
Exposure Time: 1/5 sec
ISO: iso-125


Focal Length: 16mm
F-Number: F/8
Exposure Time: 1/4000 sec
ISO: iso-125

Focal Length: 12mm
F-Number: F/4
Exposure Time: 1/25 sec
ISO: iso-125

Focal Length: 16mm
F-Number: F/8
Exposure Time: 1/4000 sec
ISO: iso-125

and more to come… :)

9 thoughts on “Capturing with Manual Mode – Sony DSC HX1 Photography

    • I have a Sony A230L and I love it..It was much cheaper than other brnads and It is easy to use..I researched it on CNET.com and it got just as good a review as the Canon from the experts and the public..Below is a link to some of my pictures .keep in mind I am an amateur and most pics were taken on Auto setting, except for a few close ups .Those were shot using Macro setting with the original lens supplied with the camera.

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