17.2.14

Catch the Moment 365 ISO Challenge.

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1/12 f/3.1 ISO 64
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1/17 f/3.1 ISO 100
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1/30 f/3.1 ISO 200
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1/80 f/3.1 ISO 400
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1/180 f/3.1 ISO 800
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1/52 f/3.1 ISO 1600
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1/90 f/8 ISO 3200
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1/180 f/8 ISO 6400
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1/60 f/3.1 ISO 400
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1/8 f/3.1 ISO 100
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0.3 f/4 ISO 100
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0.4 f/4 ISO 100
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0.3 f/4 ISO 100

I'm really enjoying the Catch The Moment 365 project, and the challenge of becoming a 'better' photographer through it. I started an online photography course at the end of last year but found it all so overwhelming & quite honestly have been putting off going back to it. When Mindi offered to try and teach us newbies the basics, I jumped at the chance. She posted the first challenge a few weeks ago, and I'm only just getting round to posting it, sorry Mindi! These pictures were taken in the afternoon, in the sunlight in our living room. After a little experimenting, changing my ISO to different settings and seeing the results, I decided 100 was perfect for this lighting. The higher I set the ISO the grainier and darker my pictures got. I'm interested to find out more about this, especially using it to shoot in lower light conditions. A massive thank you to Mindi for taking the time to come up with this challenge, I'm excited for the next one! 

Bee. 

2 comments:

  1. Thanks for the great visual! It really will help others learn to see the ISO differences!

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  2. Way to take the first steps to learning manual! It's a lot at first but it'll become second nature. Just an FYI, normally when you increase your ISO your picture will get brighter- but because your camera was adjusting the other settings for you it made them darker. The grain definitely increases though!

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