So yeah here are a few shots from the past few days.
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I like the last one the best, only suggestion would be to have the guy facing the camera. Unless it's a hot chick with a nice ass.
i didn't know what he was doing til it was done haha
Fair enough then lol. I'd say you pretty much nailed that shot as far freezing motion and whatnot.
what's your settings like?
what's your settings like?
first oneExposure 0.05 sec (1/20) Aperture f/5.6 Focal Length 55 mm ISO Speed 3200
0.005 sec (1/200)
thirdExposure 0.003 sec (1/400) Aperture f/5.6 Focal Length 55 mm ISO Speed 100
fourthExposure 0.003 sec (1/400) Aperture f/5.6 Focal Length 250 mm ISO Speed 200
fifthExposure 0.002 sec (1/500) Aperture f/4.5 Focal Length 33 mm ISO Speed 100
sixthExposure 0.002 sec (1/500) Aperture f/4.5 Focal Length 35 mm ISO Speed 400
Usually I just have it on shutter or aperture priority because I do a lot of pictures while walking around.
Auto ISO because to this day I can't fully grasp what the fuck it does, haha.
^The more light you have, the lower the ISO. The less light you have, the higher the ISO.
If you use a lower ISO, then you can use a higher shutter speed.
I'll just leave it on auto, and use the shutter/aperture for a while then maybe throw that in.
Also, the higher the ISO, the more noise/grain you're going to get usually. But shutter/aperture priority gets the job done a majority of the time.
i knew about the noise with higher ISO but never knew what it was for.
It does, thankfully.
Nice dude. They look professional.
I'm so jelly.
The dog one is lovely.
Not sure where to put these but I guess this works.
wait till you get one of those heavy duty cameras... Aiming to get either a mark II or a a99 But good job on them photos... even though I'm aware that i have not posted on this topic for a while
I would kill for a 5DmkII
Need to get a couple lenses, lights, flashes, and a mic though.
I borrowed my friends 50D and dayum that was nice.
I've posted up some more pictures if y'all want to see some more.
Here are my favs that are not fireworks, lol.
And I have a set dedicated to fireworks in there somewhere
hoho... try working in a camera store... it's torture for photographers, you just want... EVERYTHING!!!
I already want everything! D:
This is so unearthly, it's very eerie. I think what reduces the ominous quality is the clothing of the person, the nightmarish aura recedes because of it and it makes me think of a whole new story. Like he's a hapless individual and that something sinister will occur to him, but if he was wearing something else, I'd imagine him as the ghoul of the night. It also brings in so many questions, why is he there, what's his story, is this a certain path he's taking, the theme seems very dark and like a life choice he's making, or he's contemplating a path.
I really like that, a lot. You have a talent, making the audience question what's actually occurring and there is an easy application here where a narrative could develop regarding the pictures, something which is imperative in photography.
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