Friday, February 1, 2008

Available Light


I love available light. Opening the curtains makes a difference.

Tech Notes:
Shutter Speed 1/50 sec
F-Stop f/3.5
ISO 1600
Focal Length 23.0 mm

5 comments:

Jane said...

Very nice. I have never been to your house, which is just as well. I would probably make off with both the cute girl AND the chair under the window.

Holly said...

I like this one. It's visually very interesting with the sharp contrast between very bright and very not bright

Robin Sallie said...

Back-lit or rim-lit can be a nightmare. I use the spot meter in the camera and pick the place that I'd like to be correctly exposed. And the black leather couch next to the bright of the window are so far off as to what a "proper" exposure would be that there isn't a middle tone.

Robin Sallie said...

Master Craftsman Uncle Neal made the chair. This photo was made at his and Aunt Ada's house in Lincoln, NE in October.

Paige said...

Light is something I really struggle with--I try really hard to get it right, but I need to know more about how my camera works to do a good job of adjusting for less than ideal conditions