You seem to have a wealth of knowledge about photography. I have a Digital Camera, a Kodak DC4800. I like it a lot it takes Great our door Photos, but it leave a lot to de desired for taking indoor photos. My indoor photos turn out really dark ( is use it in auto mode) cause I donít know how to use all of the fancy settings. Could you give me some pointers to taking better indoor photos. My cam has this dial you can turn I think it is for F stop it had numbers like 2.8 5.6 and 8 is also has ISO settings ISO 100, ISO200, ISO400.
I can also change the shutter speed from
1/1000 , 1/700 , 1/500 , 1/350 , 1/250 , 1/180 , 1/125 , 1/90 , 1/60 , 1/45 , 1/30 , 1/20 , 1/15 , 1/10 , 1/8 , 1/6 , 1/4 , 1/3 , 1/2.
I also have a setting for ďLong Time ExposureĒ
I have just been using my camera in automatic mode because Iím not sure what all those settings are for and when it is best to use them. Would my pictures improve if I changed the settings from auto to something else? Thank you in advance for your help. Any other photo buffs out there are welcome to help too.