CAMERA & CAPTURE – Motion ( 6/11)

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Moving subject, using a slow shutter speed, capturing

blurred movement of a subject/ s against a stationary background.

I shot this image from over my front fence of passing traffic.

ISO 200. 30.0sec @ f32. nikkor 18-200mm

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Another image in the same form as above.

ISO 200. 30.0sec @ f/32. nikkor 18-200mm

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Photograph capturing a fast moving subject using a high shutter speed to freeze the movement.

ISO 800. 1/500sec @ F/3.5. nikkor 18-200mm

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Photograph of a moving subject while “panning”.

ISO 200. 1/30sec @F/29. nikkor 18-200mm

CAMERA & CAPTURE – Exposure & Compensation (4/11) – Part 2 Bracketing

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Correct exposure – ISO 400. 1/25. @ f/2.8 – First metered image.

The exposure is not too bright, not too dark, all over 6 images,

lean to the yellow, or white side, over, or under exposed.

 

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ISO 400. 1/30. @ f/2.8 – Under exposed

 

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ISO 400. 1/40. @ f/2.8 – Under exposed

 

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ISO 400. 1/20. @ f/2.8 – Over exposed

 

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ISO 400. 1/15. @ f/2.8  – Over exposed

CAMERA & CAPTURE – EXPOSURE COMPENSATION AND BRACKETING ( 4/11) _ PART 1

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SUBJECT WITH VERY DARK BACKGROUND

I TOOK THIS IN FITZROY, THE INTERIOR OF THE SHOP, WAS VERY DARK, WITH FLOWERS SURROUNDING THE GLASS

ITS NOT AN AMAZING IMAGE, THOUGH I LIKE THE REFLECTION FROM BEHIND, MOTHER AND BABY, ETC.

ISO 200. 1/60. @ F8. 2 EV, OF THE 7 IMAGES I SHOT, I FOUND THIS SETTING THE BEST FOR WHAT IT IS.

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ISO 200. 1/500. @ F1.8. 0.7 EV

I SHOT THIS IMAGE ON LITTLE COLLINS STREET, THE METERED IMAGE COME OUT A LITTLE FLAT, I SHOT APPROXIMATELY

10 AND FOUND THIS TO HAVE COME OUT BEST.

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A LIGHT TONED SUBJECT

ISO 22. 1/50. @F/8. METERED (MATRIX)

AGAIN, I TOOK AROUND 10 SHOTS OF THIS IMAGE, SOME WERE FLAT, SOME OVER EXPOSED, SOME UNDER, I FOUND THIS

EXPOSURE BEST.

CAMERA & CAPTURE – MACRO (11/11)

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ISO 500. 1/60. @F 4.2 – HERE I STACKED 6 BUTTONS, THE MIDDLE IS FOCUSED, THE OUTSIDE A LITTLE BLURRED.

 

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ISO 800. 1/60. @F/5. – THIS IS ONE OF THE GOLD BUTTONS, COMPLETELY BLURRED, LOOKS LIKE LIGHTS.

 

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ISO 800. 1/60. @F/5 – FOCUS IS ON THE FRONT, MIDDLE BUTTON, WITH THE REST OUT OF FOCUS.

 

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ISO 200. 1/60. @F/5. HERE THE BUTTONS, ARE QUITE CLEAR, ENOUGH TO BE BE SEEN CLEARLY, THOUGH OUT OF FOCUS, APPEARING SPARKLING.

 

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ISO 800. 1/60. @F/4. – I PLACED A SINGLE GOLD BUTTON, ON A BLACK CHAIR. A CLEAR SHOT.

 

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ISO 200. 1/2. @F/13. – CLOSE UP OF A GOLD BUTTON, WITH THE EDGES OUT  OF FOCUS.

CAMERA & CAPTURE – PANORAMA – 10 /11

INITIAL IMAGES USED FOR MY PANORAMA

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SCREEN SHOTS OF THE PROCESS

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FINAL RESULT

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My images were taken in Williams town, approximately 30 altogether, in groups of around 6. The first 3 images were taken from one group, and the final 2, from another group. I selected my images, opened them together in photoshop, opened photo merge, selected the existing photos, and stitched them together. After the images were merged into one image, I cropped and straightened, adjusted the colour a little, and saved the initial photoshop image as a jpeg. Everything previous to the final image, were the steps i basically followed.