Friday, April 18, 2008

Night shots.

Tv( Shutter Speed ) 1/100Av( Aperture Value ) 2.0ISO Speed 1600Flash On
I couldn't find the original photo so some info is missing on this one.


Shooting Mode Aperture-Priority AETv( Shutter Speed ) 1/40Av( Aperture Value ) 2.0Metering Mode Partial MeteringExposure Compensation 0ISO Speed 1600Lens EF50mm f/1.8 IIFocal Length 50.0 mmFlash Off


Shooting Mode Aperture-Priority AETv( Shutter Speed ) 1/15Av( Aperture Value ) 2.5Metering Mode Partial MeteringExposure Compensation 0ISO Speed 1600Lens EF50mm f/1.8 IIFocal Length 50.0 mmFlash OffWhite Balance Mode AutoAF Mode AI Servo AF.

This photo has been straightened and cropped.

Shooting Mode Aperture-Priority AETv( Shutter Speed ) 1/13Av( Aperture Value ) 2.5Metering Mode Partial MeteringExposure Compensation 0ISO Speed 640Lens EF50mm f/1.8 IIFocal Length 50.0 mmFlash Off.

This one is obviously out of focus but I wanted to post to hopefully get some feedback on how I could have gotten a better shot other than the focus part.


Shooting Mode Aperture-Priority AETv( Shutter Speed ) 1/15Av( Aperture Value ) 2.0Metering Mode Partial MeteringExposure Compensation 0ISO Speed 1600Lens EF50mm f/1.8 IIFocal Length 50.0 mmFlash Off.

All of these have had some post processing mostly just for lighting and contrast.

I'm not exactly sure what I was going for with these just trying to get something different. I'm always looking for an artistic angle. I really was trying to get a neat shot with the pillars but that didn't happen.

This church has one side with windows and pillars all evenly spaced with lighting behind the pillars. It looks really cool at night and I wanted to capture it in a photograph but I'm afraid these just aren't what I was hoping for. I'll have to go back and try again sometime. If anyone has some suggestions, that would be great.

1 comment:

Needsnow said...

In order to get your desired effect, you'll need to get your camera on a tripod. The pictures in my backyard had shutter speeds of .4 seconds and longer. I think you'd really like these shots if you go to M mode, use a tripod and try doing longer exposures.