Week 4The journey continues with manual mode! Today we are looking at textures and using positive/Negative space.
Textures are described as something you can feel as well as see. Textures add interest into your images, and often show objects from uncommon vantage points. Below are some examples of texture photos which i shot.
|f/32.0, 1/5, ISO 100|
The reason why this photo is out of focus is because of camera shake. This photo was taken hand held at a fast shutter speed. For any speeds under 1/60 of a second require a tripod.
|f29, 1/250, ISO 1600|
I wasn't really wow'ed by my textured photos during class, so i'll definitely be taking some more and at different angles.
Textures revisited...Went for a drive down to Highbrook and stopped off to take some landscape photos by the water. It was a terribly cold and the wind was going crazy. I was able to take some of textured photos which i liked better - i was aiming for natural matter hence the dirt, stones and roots. Anyways here they go!
|f/5.6, 1/500, ISO 200|
|f/36, 1/100, ISO 200|
|f/36, 1/15, ISO 200|