Parklife continued: this time starring Daisy the Wirehaired Vizla. Daisy is like shit off a shovel and does not stay still for a second, so I had to experiment with shutter speed, aperture and ISO to try to come up with a combination that would achieve a sharp shot. I then had to play around … More Week 3’s Postcode Project: Warhol; warring skies and shaggy dogs.
NCFE Level 1 was all about the basics. Now we’ve got to try to master them. By the end of the three terms, I’d love to instinctively know how, say, certain lens/aperture combos will work together. But, frankly, I will be truly chuffed if, having pictured the shot that I’m after, I get even halfway … More NCFE Level 2 – Week 1: The Postcode Project
A few pics from the few times my camera made it out over the summer. … More What I did on me ‘olidays…
While I’ve understood that a low aperture number = shallow depth of field – and vice versa – what I have been failing to get my head around is why that’s the case. (I am not technically minded, it has to be said). It didn’t make any sense to me that, if the lens was … More Depth of Field revisited…
OK, so a few weeks back I posted about flash and how it’s best used in daylight to avoid it looking too hard. That said, the kit flash that you pop up on your camera is always going to run the risk of being a bit harsh, simply because it’s position ensures it will be … More MORE FLASH (THAN CASH).
Playing around in the traffic and other stories… … More Week 7: Long Exposures Gallery
Long exposures – what are they good for? … More Week 7 – Longer Exposures
Week 6: more forays into post-production… … More Week 6 – Editing
Once upon a long long time ago, children, there was a thing called FILM. … More Week 3 – Part 1: ISO
I can see clearly now… … More Week 2: Depth of Field