Discussion in 'Street, Documentary, and Portrait' started by Tecpatl4, Mar 17, 2011.
What were the shutter speed, aperture and ISO settings?
20mm Panasonic lens.
The nearest person was sitting next to me and was about half a meter from the lens.
The heck with the exposure stuff....
What was for dinner.....? Looks like a rib spot....
Yes, I had a burger with avacados. Some of the others had ribs or bbq chicken. Very tasty. It was for my wife's sister's 25th anniversary.
I think somebody must be hungry!
Hmmmmmm...... looks like a tough lighting situation. I was thinking that the shot would work better if the lady closest to you was just in a little sharper focus like the third lady down. I thought you could maybe have gotten more depth of field by increasing the ISO and stopping the aperture down. However, it seems like you were at close quarters, in a dark room and already at ISO 800 just to get a 1/50th of a second shutter speed. I might have used my beer glass as a tripod, stopped the aperture down and tried a longer shutter speed or maybe asked the ladies to move closer together. In any case, congratulate your wife's sister on her 25th anniversary for me. :smile:
The lady next to me was trying desparately to avoid having her picture taken at all. She is the mother-in-law of the blond lady on the other end.
I have that problem a lot with some of my subjects
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