It’s been a loooong time!! I’ve been meaning to blog little posts just to stay in touch … my bad!
I’m apart of a group this year that provides weekly lessons. They give you basic instructions, but they also give you hints and tips to push your limits and think outside the box. Most importantly, I’m taking pictures and documenting more of Sweet Pea’s life … printing them out and making more memories.
We are in week 5 already! Here’s the last month to catch you up. 🙂
Week 1: Rule of thirds
Week 2: Reflective Light
Week 3: Aperture
Week 4: Shutter Speed
The first 2 images were a slow shutter speed. Trying an artistic blur of sorts. It’s not my favorite, but would still like to learn more about the art. The bottom 3 are a fast shutter speed … more my style. 🙂
Week 5: ISO
Pushing my camera’s limits. The first 2 shots are high ISO, but worked a noise reduction lesson. Didn’t notice a huge difference, but glad to have that new skill under my belt! The next day I pushed my camera hard … jumping trampoline picture is a very very low ISO of 31! High sun, bright day … good to know I can go low! The last picture was almost zero light in my room. I didn’t have time to turn the light on, for fear of losing the pose. Jacked my ISO up to 10000!