Wed 12-Dec-12 12:27 AM | edited Wed 12-Dec-12 08:25 AM by briantilley
>In those scenes, a polarizing filter would be a big help to >reduce the refection from water. Unless you are doing HDR >brackets, the D7000 has such good DR that I would shoot in RAW >and meter for the high tones and bring up the mids and shadows >in post which will be essentially noiseless if shooting at low >ISO. I would also avoid mid-day shooting unless there is >filtered shade for subject illumination, or using powerful >flash for fill of the hard shadows that will be created >mid-day. The D7000 should do well in those conditions if you >mind the high tones.
i have just re-read your post properly what do you mean when you say
>meter for the high tones and bring up the mids and shadows >in post which will be essentially noiseless if shooting at low >ISO
would help me if you can explain wat exactly i need to do as im still a novice cheers