View Full Version : No Candles, Thanks Ken

10/26/2013, 07:00 PM
I went out to shoot today, but never took one shot. When I got home, I figured I'd shoot a couple things here. Now, you must understand, I don't shoot over 200 ISO, which both of these are at. These were with only ambient light from the TV and a lamp about 10 feet away.

2 sec shutter, f10, a reflection

http://i133.photobucket.com/albums/q68/jllndmb/Reef/DSC_2951_zps255cc162.jpg (http://s133.photobucket.com/user/jllndmb/media/Reef/DSC_2951_zps255cc162.jpg.html)

7 sec shutter, f10

http://i133.photobucket.com/albums/q68/jllndmb/Reef/DSC_2956_zps92a977ed.jpg (http://s133.photobucket.com/user/jllndmb/media/Reef/DSC_2956_zps92a977ed.jpg.html)

Reef Bass
10/27/2013, 07:40 AM
Oh come on, there's at least one candle in that jack-o-lantern.

200 ISO! You radical. Did you need some liquid wrench and a vise grip to rotate your rusted in position ISO knob? ;)

Nice job with the pumpkin and flowers.

The quality of light is interestingly weird on the flowers. The patterns in the shadows and negative space are cool.

10/28/2013, 04:59 PM
Dude can u take a sucky picture lol. All your shots are insane great job

10/28/2013, 06:34 PM
Franky, you just need to think about things a bit. Those are set up shots. It's rare that I get to do that. If you look at those or the ones Reef Bass/Ken posted, understand the parameters were basically set to get a reaction we were looking for. Tripods were used. I don't don't get to do that too much.