Sunday, April 18, 2010

JPG Flowers

Flowers are finally coming up around here. Today I went out and shot tulips and daffodils. It was the first time I ever used the RAW+JPG setting on my camera, because while I want to keep the RAW files and process them later, I'm currently unable to transfer anything but JPGs to my computer. My new card reader should get here Tuesday at the latest though, so I think I'm in good shape.

So today's photo was shot in JPG, but hopefully the results still look pretty good.

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Aperture: f/8
Shutter Speed: 1/30
ISO: 100
Focal Length: 46mm

I've been trying to get more triangles in my compositions; apparently they're subconsciously pleasing. I fixed my watermark, too, by the way.

Also, my apologies for not posting yesterday. I was at a wedding all day, and at a date all night, with little or no time for photography in between.

1 comment:

  1. Triangles are very pleasing. When you're arranging things in your home, it's always best to arrange in groups of three, with varying heights.

    Yay for getting a new card reader! You'll love playing with RAW.


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