ISO - 400 - 600 Aperture - f/1.8 Shutter Speed - 1/60th of a second We are trying to allow as much light into the camera as we possible can! A wide open aperture (imagine it's like opening your eye up super wide), a slower shutter speed to get all that light in, and a higher ISO should do the trick.
Squinting for the Camera: Middle-of-the-day pictures are tough. The sun is high in the sky, which means it can leave your subject with unflattering under eye shadows and a crazy over-exposed picture. No good!! Try this: ISO - 100 Aperture - f/2.8 to f/6 Shutter Speed - 1/600th to 1/1000th of a second
DSLR Tips was launched on New Year's Eve 2007 as an online source of tips, tutorials and advice for Digital SLR owners. My video-based tutorials reveal how to get the most from your DSLR and are accompanied by easy step-by-step guides for reference.