Friday, February 29, 2008

Web Log Beg

I've been asked to take photographs of liturgies and devotions of the Classical Roman Rite, for the use of newsletters, websites, fund raising, etc.

Unfortunately, my current camera is not up to the task.  My typical exposure times in churches tend to be anywhere from one to fifteen seconds, which is too long of a time for the celebration of Mass. The high ISO settings on my current camera have so much noise as to be unusable. Things are financially tight for me now, otherwise I would purchase this new camera myself.

The camera needs to be able to photograph in the typical incandescent and stained-glass-window lit church without the aid of a flash or tripod; in other words, I need to be able to hand-hold shots without motion blur and decent depth of field.  And the photos taken need to have fairly low noise, adequate for glossy color brochures.  So this would be a photojournalist-type camera.

If anyone has a spare camera, or would know where I could find one, please let me know!  We would greatly appreciate it!

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