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On this post I would like to show you, how you can make beautiful fireplace pictures. Its really that easy and you just need a camera on which you can manually change the ISO, Aperture and Shutter Speed. It doesn’t have to be a SLR camera, I did it with the Canon PowerShot SX150 IS. If you don’t know any of these 3 basics, thats ok. I will give you all 3 numbers and you just have to fix out how to change them on your camera. Most times you go to the Menu and find it there or you just have a wheel on top of the camera which you can change to Manuell.
If you know how to change them now, try this:
ISO 80 and Aperture f/2.8. Now try to change the Shutter Speed from very short like 1/1250 until longer 1/100. Every time you change the Shutter Speed the picture will be different, with longer time like 1/100 it will be brighter than with 1/1250. The picture will be just captured way faster and so less light can go through the camera. I hope you have fun!
Here are finally my results: