Hello learned peers,
As one of the masses of people who point and shoot, I expect a masterpiece everytime !!
Having gone through lots of digital cameras, my RICOH CX4 seems to be the answer or it did....
I have taken around 500,000 digital photos of which I have probably only been happy with about 2-3%, these have all been taken with the CX4 on auto focus mainly.
However, I have played around with my very limited knoweledge and found that I have captured some really really nice shots, but I get a few bum shots then I set the camera back to factory settings incase I've messed something up, So are there any tips/settings I can use for taking clear photos of my children whilst they are running around, especially in these ball pit areas ?
I just want to take clear shots of my kids faces in low level light, without "Bleaching" their faces with light or the whole picture looking like I am shaking the camera sideways as I take yet another fuzzy shot ?
Also, the Histogram...I've heard you can take a much better photo by understanding it but I can't find anywhere that explains this in plain English.
Many thanks for reading this, hopefully you can help me with some tips ?