What is the best focal length for group portraits?
The best versatile lens for both portraits AND large groups is a 35mm. This gives you the ability to capture a larger group without the use of rows. You could also use a lens like the 24mm or the 24-70mm.
What setting should my Canon be on for portraits?
When shooting portraits, it’s best to keep your camera’s ISO set to as low a number as possible to ensure detail and minimize digital “noise.” A good way to control depth-of-field but nail exposure is to shoot in Aperture-priority mode (Av on the Mode Dial of Canon cameras).
How do you take multiple pictures on a Canon 5D Mark IV?
- Turn on the camera. Set the cameraâ€™s power switch to .
- Select the shooting mode. Turn the Mode Dial to select the shooting mode.
- Select Multiple exposure. Press the < > button.
- Select [Multiple exposure].
- Set [Multi-expos ctrl].
- Set the [No.
- Set the images to be saved.
- Set [Continue Mult-exp].
How to configure your Canon 5D Mark III AF?
Configuring your 5D Mark III AF for fast action. Introduction. The Canon EOS 5D Mark III has a very sophisticated AF System, with a vast number of options to setup its AF behavior, which is capable of some really stunning results.
What’s the control button on a Canon 5D?
Using the custom control menu in most Canon cameras makes it very easy to set a control button to function as a switch between One Shot and AI Servo. I normally have the DoF Preview button programmed to that function with my 5D Mark III so that I can switch from one to the other without even removing my eye from the viewfinder.
Where are the focus points on a Canon 5D Mark IV?
If you look through the viewfinder and rotate the rear dial, you will see the focus points go vertically from top to bottom and vice versa. If you rotate the top dial, the focus points will switch horizontally from left to right and vice versa.
What are the settings for Canon 7D Mark II?
Low-Speed Continuous Shooting – pressing and holding the shutter release button will continuously fire the camera at a lower speed of approximately 3 frames per second. Silent Single Shooting – similar to the first setting, but the mirror is raised slower for less noise.