A month ago I posted Weekend walk along the frozen river! Temperature then was well below zero. Taking photographs was little difficult. After a month things have been better in terms of temperature and light. The streamflow in the river informing about spring. I even tried a video but am not able to upload it.
I am back in town and I was expecting some time to explore more about “exposure”. BUT our default weather is back and unfortunately I might not get chance to take my camera out for next 10 days (according to trusted weather forecast sites 😦 ).
I like the explanation on “Exposure” by Raj@XDrive and would love to go in field for practicals with birds as my subject. For time being I am using my old clicks from 2 years ago. I had seen some pictures of blur or milky effect water falls and I was eager to capture such impressions. I read some articles and blogs. Due to the complicated explanation (and lack of patience on my side at that time), I decided to try different apertures and shutter speeds, and to learn a little bit on my own. I knew nothing about ISO then, not much even now as I have not experimented with it. In all my images it is 100.
It was a bright sunny day. The settings were 1/125 sek. f/5,6 55 mm. Lens was set at maximum aperture and hence so much light. (Am I correct?)
Info: 1/125 sec, f/8, 55mm
Info: 1/60 sec, f/8, 55mm
Example of changing the shutter speed but keeping aperture constant. (please click the images for a better view and to check the settings).
And my final photo for this session. Here I used Shutter priority.
The settings were 3/10 sec., f/36, 55 mm
All these pictures were captured using 18-55 kit lens. What shall be the difference if we use another lens? say 55-300 mm. How to make good use of 55-300 mm lens? Will there be any post about various lenses and their uses?
Picture taken when a fight broke out for a piece of bread. I tried my best to caputre the scene but was hard to decide and focus. Thanks to WPC WordPress, for giving me chance to share it with fellow bloggers 😀