As is always the case with photography, your camera settings will need to be tweaked to suit the current shooting conditions. We recommend setting your camera to manual mode and coming to terms with the ins and outs of the exposure triangle, as this arms you with the tools needed to capture the best photo every time.
While we can’t give you the precise settings, the following is a good starting point:
ISO - Keep your ISO as low as possible in order to minimise image noise. If you have moving elements in your image, or you don’t have access to a tripod, you will need to use a higher ISO in order to use faster shutter speeds.
Aperture - This is important as you want as much detail as possible in your photo. If you use a smaller aperture, more of your image will be in focus. We recommend setting the aperture of your lens between f8-16.
Shutter Speed - This can now be set in accordance with your other settings, in order to help you achieve a pleasing exposure.
RAW - We recommend shooting with your camera set to RAW to maximise your image quality, and also to allow more latitude during the editing stages.