jetlag727 wrote:I am going to a balloon glow in St. Louis on Sep. 17th. This is an annual event where just at dusk several dozen balloons fill up with hot air and float. They don't drift, as they are tethered to the ground, I suspect they would be a hazard to the close by St. Louis airport! As you can imagine, these balloons glowing from the propane flames heating the air, on a crisp fall evening could offer some great photos. I am very new to my Canon EOS 50D, I am embarrassed to say on this forum I still have to think about aperture VS depth of field when taking shots. I am wondering what settings on my 50D might work best with: glowing colorful balloons, with a crisp autumn sky at dusk? ISO= 500? or let it float? Aperture= large depth of field to bring into focus all balloons? Time? they're not moving very much and light will be low?? Tripod?
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