We're letting Mom do her techie stuff again today. She says it's Technical Thursday for her, so here she goes.
I'm practicing with my good camera. I want to be able to do more than click and shoot, so I'm playing with focus and angle and light, as well as editing.
This one is looking up through the trees. I wasn't sure if the sun would be too bright for it. I like how you can see rays of light coming down. I zoomed in and used auto.
I guess I have a thing for sunflowers, because here they are again. I like the contrast of the old wood against the blue sky and the flowers against the old wood. The angle I used seems to make the flowers jump out at you a little.
This one is across one of our hay fields, showing our old shop in the trees. The zoom seems to have added depth. The flowers in front are in focus and the building is a little fuzzy. I wish the sky looked more blue because it really was that day. Probably a lighting/timing thing.
I tried this one with the action setting. I was surprised at how clear the shot came out, showing the dirt they kicked up and the ball in mid air. I almost didn't get the whole thing because in the original, they were at the bottom right corner. I love editing apps! Maybe I'll get better at centering the picture.
I'm really enjoying this now that I'm thinking about new ways. Maybe one of these days I'll take it off auto!
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