Beginner's Lesson # 1
|Copyright: Jack McGrane (jackal)
|Date Taken: 2012-09-09|
|Categories: Daily Life, Nature|
|Camera: Pentax K10D|
|Exposure: f/11, 1/10 seconds|
|Photo Version: Original Version|
|Date Submitted: 2012-10-30 15:33|
|[Note Guidelines] Photographer's Note|
|Lesson #1 - check camera settings before shooting.|
My camera is normally set on Aperture priority and Continuous mode - this is a shot looking down on a seagull skimming across the top of the waves at 1/10sec.
(I have another 5 shots almost the same)
My apologies for posting what is probably my worst photo but I actually quite like it and hopefully some beginners may learn from my mistake.
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- [2012-10-30 15:53]
To heck with beginners Jack, even though we all really are in that category,nobody knows it all:-)I think I'll try out your mistake as it makes for a great Abstract:-)Definately a good point to remember,check your settings before pressing that shutter,that includes your ISO, but you have to admit,this is a neat mistake.
Hi Jack, try having the camera set on monochrome and grabbing it for a sunset shot...I actually like this though, especially the ghostly gull. Fiona
As has been said this is a nice abstract and looks very creative. TFS
- [2012-10-31 3:38]
I love the result :D Definitely a worth one to keep :D
Ciao Jack, great blurred composition, like an abstract painting, fantastic mistake for you, very well done, my friend, ciao Silvio