Thursday, 8 December 2011

Berty the cat, very happy with this photo, evokes an "awww" response from a lot of people so it's an effective photo, taken using a Canon EOS 450D 18-55mm IS lens at 55mm shutter speed of 40/sec f/5.6 aperture and an iso of 200.

Thursday, 1 December 2011

Entrance to the church previously mentioned, or rather the pathway leading up to the entrance. Not as sharp as i'd like, if I had a tripod on me at the time i'd have used a larger f-stop to get more in sharp focus, but it's not too bad.
 Photo was shot using a Canon EOS 450D at a shutter speed of 1/60sec, f/5.6 aperture, 100 ISO and using an 18-55mm IS lens at 55mm.
For my assignment I have been given a particular area of a map, a number on a grid, I drew the number 4 which I was originally dreading since it seemed to encompass nothing other than a roundabout and I didn't really look forward to long shutter speeds and tripods. Thankfully it also encompassed an old church that I wasn't aware was there, I saw this gravestone and was instantly drawn to it. I took the photo using a Canon EOS 450D, the shutter speed was set to 1/60s, the aperture was f/5.6 and ISO 100, using an 18-55mm lens at 55mm
  Really happy with the way this photo came out, the depth of field was perfect, exactly what I wanted and the quality of the image was even better than expected when I took the image since it was an overcast day.
 Photo was not edited in any way.

Wednesday, 30 November 2011

Abstract photograph, mainly posted this image to test out posting images and talking about them, but anyway, image was taken on a Canon EOS 1000D, shutter speed was 60/sec and aperture was 5.6F/A image wasn't edited in any way. Was quite happy with the depth of field on this image.