Re: Best Lumix G3 Settings
Here's one way you could approach this...
For shooting your cats (which often get blurred), use Shutter Priority and Auto ISO, setting your shutter speed to something fast enough to stop any action (ie, 1/125s, 1/180s, 1/250s, etc.).
For shooting with flash, set your camera to Aperture Priority and ISO160. Start off with a wider aperture (smaller F-number) and if that turns out too bright then stop down the aperture to a larger F-number.
There are countless of different methods, you just need to learn the relationship between Shutter Speed, Aperture, and ISO.
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