| January Meeting
The group experimented with light painting. This requires long exposure and therefore the light intensity needs to be controlled by moving lights at an appropriate speed and switching lights on for a short period during exposure. All pictures are as shot , no edits.
Exposure: F16, 25s, ISO 200 Exposure: F16, 9.3s, ISO 100
Exposure: F16, 24s, ISO 200
Exposure: F16, 12s, ISO 200 Exposure: F11, 2.5s, ISO 400
Take a picture in controlled lighting conditions (not necessarily studio or electric light) of a piece of interesting shaped glass. Consider how to expose the picture to control highlights. Please bring UNEDITED pictures to next meeting.
|November Homework results
Take a low light picture... any subject and apply zoom blur. This will require a long exposure (0.5 sec to a few seconds) and use optical zoom to blur the pictures. This will work best in the dark with points of light but can work in a lit environment with bright light source s in view. Experiment, see what you can do......
Links to previous how to videos and other useful links
The dust aid tool is here https://www.cameraclean.co.uk/product-detail.php?cat=1&product=14&desc=Dust-Aid+Platinum+Sensor+Cleaning+Kit
Swabs and cleaning fluid are here https://www.cameraclean.co.uk/products.php?cat=Sensor+Cleaning+Tools+-+Wet
How to use the patch tool n Photoshop https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9yQsdfeTxjg
How to Use the Background Eraser Tool Photoshop Tutorial https://youtu.be/0ve6JhrZBC4?t=6
How to cut out anything in photoshop https://youtu.be/creV_oVjwsc
How to cut out a section of one picture and add it to another htps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bYwY5pIyEMs
Luminosity masking in lightroom https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ks2-1i9YVR4
High Dynamic Range http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7x_ -hJF6YJdg
Focus stacking http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7vTj0MWwqCk
|Exposure: F16, 9.3s, ISO 100|