What type of setting would you put a regular digital camera on to take a picture?
of a green rain frog on a green flower pod?
- 1 decade agoFavorite Answer
If you can get close to it... the macro or close up setting (flower) if not place the camera on action and zoom in as much as possible the camera will try to take it on the fastest speed it can with the available light... it should slightly under expose the picture resulting in a little more saturation
- cathLv 61 decade ago
I would prefer a long lens so as not to startle the frog and use as small an aperture as light will allow. That will have the frog and flower pod in sharp focus with an interesting slightly blurry background.
This is assuming you can choose your aperture setting.
- 1 decade ago
Either macro or portrait setting. The macro setting will let you get closer, but the portrait setting will give you a shallow DOF.....whichever you prefer. I would choose the portrait setting for the shallow DOF, you can always crop it tighter in post processing.
- Candid ChrisLv 71 decade ago
Try 'macro', the little flower setting.