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I'm looking for input on what methods and camera settings are used for taking Screen Shots of a front projector screen. I use a tripod with no flash, of course, and have taken paused and not paused photos.

Your input welcome

Here are some examples (They are shot from Blu ray disc with Panasonic AE4000 Front Projector on Black Widow mixture paint on drywall:
Not Paused

Camera Settings
Shutter Speed 1/8
Aperture f/5.6
Lens Model
Focal Length 45 mm
White Balance Auto
ISO 400
Exposure Bias 0
Focus Distance
Metering Mode Pattern
Flash Mode (no flash)
Programming Mode Normal
Orientation Normal
Width 3678
Height 2011
X Resolution 72
Y Resolution 72
Resolution Unit Inches

Paused


Camera Settings

Shutter Speed 1/4
Aperture f/5.6
Lens Model
Focal Length 40 mm
White Balance Auto
ISO 400
Exposure Bias 0
Focus Distance
Metering Mode Pattern
Flash Mode (no flash)
Programming Mode Landscape
Orientation Normal
Width 3404
Height 1940
X Resolution 72
Y Resolution 72
Resolution Unit Inches
 

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Thanks Prof. I'll play with the White Balance setting.

What's your take on paused vs. non-paused? I had a hard time getting any photos that weren't blurred when shooting Avatar non-paused but was able to get decent shots shooting Ice Age NP. Must be because of animated vs. non-animated.
 
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