Discussion in 'Photo Assignments & Technical Challenges' started by naptime, Jan 12, 2012.
What is growing?
I was going to do something very similar to this, ironically, I just didn't have the energy to. That's what being a full-time college student and an RA does to me...
On a side note, this looks underexposed.
That would be the under side of an Autumn Fern that is growing.
Oh, it was *horribly* underexposed.* You should have seen it before I did a little post.
But it was a self-portrait, but not only have I been working too much, I'm also coming down with something, and I just didn't have the time or energy to keep doing it until I got it right. I took one sample shot, made a few adjustments that I thought would bring the exposure up enough, then fired off three shots and picked the best of them....
This one was more about getting the theme for the week DONE, than necessarily getting it RIGHT.
I'll try to do better next week...with my new 50mm 1.8...OR my new 55-300. Can't wait til I feel good enough to go experiment with them!
Here is my take on growth
Growing inside a terrarium in my kitchen
I'm not exactly bucking the trend with this week's submission. Day late and a dollar short. Feels like college all over again, lol.
So side topic. That equipment is everyone using?
I'm using my Nikon D300s with an 18-200mm
I'm using a Nikon D90 with a Sigma 28-70 f2.8
Here is my take on sleep. We typically sleep at night so I thought I would take a crack at getting a good shot of the moon.
[/URL] _MG_1115-Sleep by lee.demers, on Flickr[/IMG]
Manual - RAW
Lens - EF-S55-250mm @ 250mm
f14 / 1/200
ISO - 200
I couldn't decide between 2 photos that I had for Spirit this week, so I'll share them both.
1. f4.5, 1/200, ISO 100, 55mm, Av, RAW
IMG_0720c by asvphotos, on Flickr
2.f5.0, 1/250, ISO 200, 47.5mm (also taken on my old Canon Powershot while going down the Interstate at 80mph)
IMG_4244a by asvphotos, on Flickr
And to answer the equipment question. I have a Canon T2i with lenses 18-55mm, 55-250mm, & 50mm.
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