Photo archive for 2011-06-12

Land's End

(4 years ago)
Fyns hoved (Funen's head) is the central Danish island of Fynen's very own...

Memories ...

(4 years ago)
During the life every person is often remain alone. In these moments we are alone with our desires,...

El Gran Teatro

(4 years ago)
Great Theatre of HavanaFrom Wikipedia, the free encyclopediaJump to: navigation, search Gran...

Shereen Rice Italy

(4 years ago)
Italy with full of history and amazing architecture work.

Macro options

(4 years ago)
I'm looking to do some 4x5 macro work... in the neighborhood of 1:2-2:1 - 3D subjects. My camera has about 13" of bellows. Which of the following...

FS: Wooden Tripod Crown No. 4 by Folmer Graflex

(4 years ago)
Tripod extends to about 63" tall. Platform, screw etc is in great shape. As shown in the picture, there is replacement piece of wood. It functions...

Enders Falls CT: 5.22.11...(Finally)

(4 years ago)
Here is my version of Enders from the trip out there last May with Ben and Andy. 1.Image:...

Congratulations to the Graduates!

(4 years ago)
Yr. Hmbl. Ed.'s niece Christy. Employers, take note! I have to admit I'm not big on ceremonies. They mostly bore me, and I must not be very susceptible to the sense of sanctification they bring to life's mileposts for many....

Last minute Father's Day shopping ideas

(4 years ago)
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Trandinhkhiem added a photo

(4 years ago)
Trandinhkhiem added a photo Chang-vang-toi-tren-cau-Thu-Thiem-4

Xallas River III

(4 years ago)
El río Xallas es un pequeño río del noroeste de península Ibérica, que trascurre por la provincia...

TAPPS Division I state semifinal playoff

(4 years ago)
photos © Mark M. Hancock for The Texas CatholicBishop Lynch senior quarterback Mark Czaus (8) passes the ball to junior Matthew Duerr (29) as he's tackled by Prestonwood Christian's junior Anthony Morgan (12) during a TAPPS Division I state semifinal playoff game at Standridge Stadium in Carrollton on Saturday, Nov. 27, 2010.See a larger version of this slideshow.Bishop Lynch battles

High Key Images: How to Meter

(4 years ago)
High Key images have a low contrast and insignificant shadows. From talking to people who attend my photo workshops, metering tricky subjects – notably high and low key ones – is invariably tackled by shooting first before chimping the monitor and adjusting the exposure. Compared with film, this does not cost anything, but it means you have only a slim chance of an action shot being the correctly exposed one. Another method is to auto-bracket; yet high key subjects will require an increase in exposure rather than a decrease on the TTL metered reading.It is far better to aim to capture correctly exposed outdoor high key images first time round.Digital cameras are great.  However you only have to meter a frame-filling green lawn and then a frame-filling white board or sheet (in the same light with same lens at the same focal length) to appreciate metering light reflected from different toned subjects will produce quite different exposures. In this case, the result will be an underexposed gray sheet (or what I call the gray snow syndrome). For much of the time, the camera's auto metering modes – P (Programmed auto), Shutter Priority (S), or Aperture Priority (A) – will work fine. However, because the camera meters light reflected from a subject and attempts to make everything a mid gray tone, it gets it wrong with bright (high key) or dark toned (low key)subjects.The first step in the right direction is to learn to assess rapidly whether what[..]
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