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maximus Basic Member
Tue 20-Feb-01 04:16 AM

Dear Nikonians,
I am a beginner in photography. I saw some wildlife photography technique books. There are descriptions about the settings that the photographer used when they took below each photo such as the aperture and shutter speed used. What I found most common in taking bird photos is that they often mention something like "Fuji Velvia pushed one stop to 100". I know that ISO of Fuji Velvia is 50. What does that "push one stop to 100" means? What is the use of it? How can I achieve it by changing my camera settings? Thanks a lot!