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    As a general rule, your exposure time and lens focal length should be balanced. If you have a focal length of 50 mm, then don't let the exposure be longer than 1/50 seconds. Keep the aperture as wide as you can go (while still keeping everything you want in focus) and keep the ISO as low as you can go (while keeping everything you want lit, lit). Add lighting if you can in order to facilitate this.

    My god that's practically an entire photography course in one paragraph.
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    (Original post by Manitude)
    As a general rule, your exposure time and lens focal length should be balanced. If you have a focal length of 50 mm, then don't let the exposure be longer than 1/50 seconds. Keep the aperture as wide as you can go (while still keeping everything you want in focus) and keep the ISO as low as you can go (while keeping everything you want lit, lit). Add lighting if you can in order to facilitate this.

    My god that's practically an entire photography course in one paragraph.
    Oh no I wasn’t specific enough, I meant on TSR when I upload photos the quality goes really blurry, I just wanted to know how to make it nice and clear. So sorry for confusion. My bad
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    (Original post by Y11_Maths)
    Oh no I wasn’t specific enough, I meant on TSR when I upload photos the quality goes really blurry, I just wanted to know how to make it nice and clear. So sorry for confusion. My bad
    Right, no worries. I'm no expert on this but uploading an image on TSR requires you to adhere to a file size limit (500 KB if I remember right). If you want to display images then I'd recommend uploading them elsewhere and hotlinking to that. So TinyPic and Photobucket are services I use for this purpose. You need an account for Photobucket but not for TinyPic. Hope this helps!
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    Right, no worries. I'm no expert on this but uploading an image on TSR requires you to adhere to a file size limit (500 KB if I remember right). If you want to display images then I'd recommend uploading them elsewhere and hotlinking to that. So TinyPic and Photobucket are services I use for this purpose. You need an account for Photobucket but not for TinyPic. Hope this helps!
    Ok thank you very much
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