Stan (3/9)

Stan 3:9 FB0

Goff James, Stan (3/9), 2017

Stan

Stan it’s cold in here

No it ain’t

Come on in gal

Give the door a bang behind you

Still raining

Got wet then

Sorry I’m late

Ise gets used to it

Damn weather

Put brolly in corner

 

Stan it’s cold in here

What’s you got for me t’day

Chicken dinner and veg

I ‘ates veg

Veg’s good for you

No it aint

Ice cream and jelly

I ‘ates jelly

Come on in gal

How’s Eedie ’cross corridor

 

Stan it’s cold in here

Rain rain rain rain rain rain rain

Drainpipe’s al’ays pissin’

Listen to it gal

Drip drip drip drip drip drip drip

Bloody tap’s drivin’ me mad ’swell

Today

How you feeling

Same

Tas yesterday

Stan (2/9)

Stan 2:5 FB0

Goff James, Stan, 2017

Stan

Stan it’s cold in here

No it ain’t

Come on in gal

Give the door a bang behind you

Still raining

Got wet then

Sorry I’m late

Ise gets used to it

Damn weather

Put brolly in corner

 

Stan it’s cold in here

What’s you got for me t’day

Chicken dinner and veg

I ‘ates veg

Veg’s good for you

No it aint

Ice cream and jelly

I ‘ates jelly

Come on in gal

How’s Eedie ’cross corridor

Day Out (4/5)

Day Out FB0 4:5

Goff James, Day Out (4/5), 2017

Day Out

Picnic baskets full –

Adults toddlers babes in arms –

Sun hats lotions donned –

Beachwards households excited dash –

Favoured shaded corners sought –

 

Infants costumed sit –

Towels buckets spades laid out –

Castles moated built –

Children swimming paddling splash –

Sun lit rock pools’ treasures sought –

 

Tea time mothers hail –

Hunger driven youngsters flock –

Tablecloths sand strewn set –

Sandwiches and lemonade –

Home made currant buns and cakes –

 

Beach game pitches placed –

No excuses not to play –

Dad’s exhausted nap –

Summer’s seashore fun time filled –

Tide incoming swiftly flows –

Speed and Movement

Welcome followers and visitors to my blog and the latest update in my diary of how I am progressing with trying to learn how to take a decent photograph with my new camera. Progress is slow but I am enjoying it. Just have to take it step by step. Unfortunately I am rather good at forgetting things!

Shutter speed, also referred to as “exposure time”, represents;

the length of time a camera shutter is open to expose light into the camera sensor.

Slow Shutter speed creates an effect called “motion blur”, where moving objects appear blurred along the direction of the motion.

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Goff James, Movement, 2017

Slow shutter speeds are also used to photograph lightnings or other objects at night or in dim environments with a tripod.

Landscape photographers intentionally use slow shutter speeds to create a sense of motion on rivers and waterfalls, while keeping everything else in focus.

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Marc AdamusEndless Falls (2007)
Mount Hood Wilderness, Oregon

http://www.marcadamus.com/photo/endless-falls/

Fast shutter speed is typically whatever it takes to freeze action.

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Bob Martin, Title and Date Unstated.

http://www.bobmartin.com/gallery/test-gallery/

Aperture size affects the Depth of Field in an image and which area of the image will be sharp.

A large f-number such as f/32, (smaller aperture) brings all foreground and background objects in focus.

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Paul White, Autumn Grindleford, Date Unstated

http://paulwhite.co.uk/personallandcape-photography/

A small f-number such as f/1.4 (large aperture) isolates the foreground from the background by making the foreground objects sharp and the background blurred and out of focus.

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Aaron Siskind, Martha’s Vineyard, 1954-59

http://www.theartstory.org/artist-siskind-aaron.htm

DSLR Camera Settings

The manual and semi-auto settings give one more creative control of a DSLR camera.

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A (Av) Aperture-priority /Autoexposure

The user selects the f-stop and the camera selects shutter speed that will produce a good exposure.

S (Sv) Shutter-priority / Autoexposure

The user sets the shutter speed and the camera selects the f-stop that will produce a good exposure.

M Manual Exposure

The user controls both the shutter speed and f-stop.

 

The common shutter speeds are:

1s  1/2s  1/4s  1/8s  1/15s  1/30s  1/60s  1/125s  1/250s  1/500s  1/1000s  1/2000s

Fast shutter speeds such as;

1/250s will freeze faster moving subjects, depending on their speed of movement.

Slow shutter speeds such as:

1/30s and slower will create motion blur with moving subjects, depending upon their speed of movement.

One has to remember that depending on the choice of lens  one should ideally select a shutter speed of at least 1/60s to prevent camera shake without using a tripod.

So much to remember! So Easily forgotten!!

Reference List

Andrew Johnson, 2017, Lesson Transcript

https://photographylife.com/what-is-shutter-speed-in-photography