T&P. Apertures, Shutter -speeds and ISO

Aperture: F/25 ISO: 200 Shutter speed: 1/60 Building shoot looking at this image you can tell it's under exposed it I should have had the aperture higher in order to see the details of the building.

Aperture: F/25
ISO: 200
Shutter speed: 1/60
Building shoot looking at this image you can tell it’s under exposed it I should have had the aperture higher in order to see the details of the building.

Aperture: F/25 ISO: 200 Shutter speed: 1/60 The building under exposed and if you look at the shy the lighting looks perfect you can see all the details with in the sky my aim to have both sky and building but not over or under exposed.

Aperture: F/25
ISO: 200
Shutter speed: 1/60
The building under exposed and if you look at the shy the lighting looks perfect you can see all the details with in the sky my aim to have both sky and building but not over or under exposed.

Aperture: F/11 ISO: 200 Shutter speed: 1/60sec Looking at this image you can tell straightaway that it's over exposed to much because first its really bright and second the details of the building are very hard to see.   If my shutter was high up to 1/25 or may be less they image may have come out better the details would have been more visible.

Aperture: F/11
ISO: 200
Shutter speed: 1/60sec
Looking at this image you can tell straightaway that it’s over exposed to much because first its really bright and second the details of the building are very hard to see.
If my shutter was high up to 1/25 or may be less they image may have come out better the details would have been more visible.

Aperture: f/18 Shutter speed: 1/60 ISO:200 Now looking at this image I think I got a perfect result. This is because of the details on the building and the sky. It was a bit difficult to get that right settings for this image because the building was very dark so i didn't want to over expose the sky out because are main aim was to get the sky and building in the image and see both details clearly.

Aperture: f/18
Shutter speed: 1/60
ISO:200
Now looking at this image I think I got a perfect result. This is because of the details on the building and the sky. It was a bit difficult to get that right settings for this image because the building was very dark so i didn’t want to over expose the sky out because are main aim was to get the sky and building in the image and see both details clearly.

Canon: 600D Aperture: F/25 ISO: - 200 Shutter speed: 1/60 Sky my aim was to get the sky just the way it is in this image and to have the building but either the building or the sky should not look under or ever exposed.

Canon: 600D
Aperture: F/25
ISO: – 200
Shutter speed: 1/60
Sky my aim was to get the sky just the way it is in this image and to have the building but either the building or the sky should not look under or ever exposed.

Aperture: F/14 ISO: 200 Shutter speed:1/60 Now look at this image and the previews one you can effectively tell they is a slit differeance the lighting of the sky has gone lighter because I took the aperture down to f/14 and before it was f/18 doesn't seem a lot but looking at the results you can tell the difference.

Aperture: F/14
ISO: 200
Shutter speed:1/60
Now look at this image and the previews one you can effectively tell they is a slit differeance the lighting of the sky has gone lighter because I took the aperture down to f/14 and before it was f/18 doesn’t seem a lot but looking at the results you can tell the difference.

Manual settings on SLR camera. We where asked to use manual setting and get used to it as all professional photographer use manual setting to get that perfect moment that they are capturing.

My aim was to take a reading in manual settings and get a image of both objects this could be anything that you would be shooting it could be a vehicles and a garage. For our task we went behind the Bradford College lister building car park, and what we used was a building and the sky and it was a sunny day which was perfect for out task.

They main aim was to get the building and also the sky within the simpler reading on manual setting so we can see both details of the sky and the building this was a great exercises which really made me think and gave me that confidence of using the settings at first I did find this very difficult trying to get both building and the sky in with the right Aperture and shutter speed. The images had to be at they average they shouldn’t be to under exposed or even over exposed, the reason to this was if the image was top over exposed we wouldn’t be able to see the sky within they image and if they image was to be under exposed it may be that the sky reading has come out great but it may under expose the building which would be less visible to see.

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