I do love Fridays. Not as much as Saturdays and Sundays but it's a great day none the less.
Another photo class last night and we are really "getting it". It's hard to believe we only have one more class before our photo shoot (mini test). Last night we talked about ISOs and how the combinations of aperture, shutter speeds and ISOs make up different photo results. It's an art but getting away from the automatic modes on your camera to manual settings makes such a big impact. I've gotten some great feedback on some photos that I have brought in for review. There's just so much to think about when you look at the image in your view finder. Anywho, I promised I would share some photos from Monday's class.....
These photos focused on shutter speed and we were asked to photograph running/dripping water. I struggled getting these photos because of the weather. We have had very windy conditions, cloudy skies, sunny skies breaking in every so often...you get the picture (no pun intended - LOL). Not the best conditions for taking photos with a slow shutter speed.
The photo below:
Shutter Speed: 1/10
This is a great photo because I was able to capture the blurring of the water with a slow shutter speed, with the wind blowing AND it was taken without a tripod. Any photo taken slower than 1/60 runs the risk of camera shake without a tripod.
The photo below:
Shutter Speed: 1/4000
This photo was taken with a fast shutter speed so I was able to "freeze" the water droplets.
(pictures were taken at St Mary's on the Hill Catholic Church)
This week's homework will consist of taking photos in different ISOs with different settings. We want to achieve noise in our photos and then adjust the settings to avoid as much noise as possible.
Fun? You betcha!
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