Joined: Oct. 2009
Thanks, will give that a try!
I found a few tips elsewhere yesterday as well - one that seems to be common is:
1. Shoot in bright light (duh)
2. Set ISO to 400 or higher
3. Set aperture to 16 or higher and then hope the combination of this and ISO gives you a shutter speed you can use - having image stabilizing lenses helps.
The theory is apparently that with a larger depth of field using the higher aperture setting the point of focus on the subject is not in such a narrow window. If it ever stops raining in the UK long enough for me to try it out I'll post some results (assuming this has some positive effect)!
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