Thursday, 1 March 2012

Results May Vary

Hastings and Seymour, Rain
This is an example of my efforts to teach myself to take pictures at f1.8 or f2 and actually get part of the image in focus.
In reality results don't vary much, they're mostly hopeless.

10 comments :

Andy said...

It looks like you are covering all the bases in your photography course. Keep on clicking.

s.c said...

Well here you succeeded.

Ineke said...

yeah, i think so too. this one is good.

Virginia said...

Nothing to complain about here. Half my shots in low light are off focus due to the 50mm lens and low aperture!
V

Chrissy Brand said...

I have little idea of what those settings mean butu it looks a good photo anyway ;-0


Chrissy,a dumb blonde from Manchester: a photo a day at Mancunian Wave

Taken For Granted said...

Looks like there is plenty of light for f1.8. Your experiment is a success.

TheChieftess said...

Wow! That's an impressive f stop! And it turned out quite well!

bobskoot said...

Wayne:

I use "P" = Professional mode. I am sure your camera has it. It may also have "A" = amateur mode, but stay away from this if you want bad, bad photos. If you want SHARP, then go for the "S" mode.

our instructor is going to explain what these actually mean in our next lesson

bob
Riding the Wet Coast

ps: remember, breakfast every Saturday 8:30a, same place, same time, FREE for you

Wayne said...

Bob, I use M mode. I never asked but I presume it stands for moron. :-)

CaT said...

HAHAHAHA. i knew P was for professional, but i forgot the other ones....
M is for morons? better than mormons!