Tuesday, 19 February 2013

10 Photos

10 Photos
Title: The Stairwell
This photo shows low depth of field and viewpoint, from the top of the handrail.
f / 5.0   

1/30

ISO 500


Title: Late for class                                                                                                                    This photo is an example slow shutter speed and direction of motion, as you can see Coulter running to class.                                                                                               f / 4.8

1/25

ISO 400


Title: Celebration 
This photo is an example of fast shutter speed and rule of thirds, as Braedens body intersects with one of the thirds
f / 25.0   

1/80  

ISO 400




Title: Portrait of The WhiteMandingo
This photo is an example of insanely slow shutter speed and background (a blank white wall)
f / 32

13.0

ISO 200



Title: The Autoshop
This photo is an example symmetry and high depth of field.



f / 4.0   

1/80  

ISO 1600







Title: Paint Bottles
This photo is an example of depth and low depth of field.

f / 4.0

1/160

ISO 6400






Title: The Crew
This photo is an example of leading lines and high depth of field.


f / 5.3

1/60

ISO 2000



Title: "You're DONE kid."
This photo is an example of framing ( the bottles of paint frame him) low depth of field.
f / 6.3

1/30

ISO 800





Title: Homeless Braeden
This photo is an example of balance (as the railing splits the image in half) and a high ISO in a low light area.
f / 6.3

1/25

ISO 3200


Title: Art Drawers
This photo is an example of low depth of field and the cropping, as the drawers are cropped out.
f / 6.3

1/25

ISO 3200




And now, a bonus photo.



Thursday, 7 February 2013

Camera Settings and Controls

-Shutter Release (when in full auto)

  • Halfway - Focus (auto-focus on)
  • Halfway  - Light meter measures available light, sets exposure (aperture, shutter speed and ISO)
Shutter Priority - You control Shutter speed
  • Lets you show motion with blur
  • Freeze action
Aperture Priority - You control Aperture
  • Subject in focus
  • Everything in focus
Manual - You control everything!