Part 2

Exercise 2.1

I found this exercise fairly straight forward, as it was just a case of taking a series of photographs standing in the same position with the same viewpoint, and altering the focal lengths.  However, the results were surprising.  I think the first picture was closest to my own view of the building.  I expected the second one to be the case, but it cut out some of the foreground detail.  The camera was set on aperture priority.

The camera settings for these 3 pictures was as follows:

  1. 1/80 sec. f/11 24 mm
  2. 1/80 sec. f/11 70 mm
  3. 1/80 sec. f/11 105 mm

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The camera settings for these 3 pictures was as follows :

  1. 1/80 sec. f/11 24 mm
  2. 1/100 sec. f/11 75 mm
  3. 1/80 sec. f/11 105 mm

It was interesting that although I thought the viewpoint hadn’t  changed in the second picture, the shutter speed increased to 1/100 of a second.  I think I may have moved the camera for that shot, focusing on a slightly lighter area of the background so the camera compensated for that extra light.


 

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