Monday, February 8, 2010

Mommy and Ryan Day Golfing

Ugh.... I really debated on whether or not to share these HORRIBLE photos that I took! I mean.... really could they have gotten any worse!! BUT it is now time for constructive critism.... any suggestions on black light photography when no tripod is available? I had my ISO to 1600, my gamma to 5 and F 1.8.... did I do anything different then what you would have done? I tried different shutter speeds but in some 1/30 of a second... sometimes less sometimes more.... Okay ready set... tell me what i did wrong! :D  Maybe it was impossible considering it was pretty much pitch black in the room.... i did end up resorting to my flash in some pics.... just to capture his face in some

So besides the terrible picture quality... here we go. Ryan and i had a mommy son day. it was fun... and he was like a nascar driver though this course. His goal was to do each hole in as little time as possible... so our little event lasted maybe 15 minutes.














4 comments:

Taylor said...

I think you did a wonderful job without a tripod.

I have no idea on how to get them better, I still have so much to learn!

Julie Rivera Photography said...

There is absolutely nothing you could have done differently. Sometimes, the light situation is what it is. And you have to decide...do I want the memory or a picture that will go on the wall? If that is your choice, always go with preserving the memory!!! I can't wait to hear how you are enjoying CS2. I have CS3 and haven't even considered upgrading to CS4 because I still have much to learn before investing more money. And have fun with actions, but use them with a light hand. I look back at my early action applications and shudder. Simply overdone, every one of them! :)

Dea said...

Yes, I am still alive! Its just been so crazy with school lately blogging hasnt got its time of day =[ Finals for Jterm went well, I passed both classes! Thank you for thinking of me! I hope you guys are all doing good as well!

The Owings Family said...

Hey!! I heard that your sister knows somebody who's daughter has Turner Syndrome... We would love to talk to them if they would be interested! It's nice to talk to people going through the same thing!! How are you guys doing?

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