Getting Out of Auto

I watched another Youtube Video and decided to try what this particular instructor (he looks about 14) presented.  In this video he is showing his audience how to take water pictures.

50mm 1/200 F6.3 ISO 100

50mm
1/200
F6.3
ISO 100

50MM 1/800 Ff/5.6 ISO 800

50MM
1/800
Ff/5.6
ISO 800

0MM 1/3200 F/5.6 ISO 800

0MM
1/3200
F/5.6
ISO 800

45MM 1/2000 F/5.6 ISO 1600

45MM
1/2000
F/5.6
ISO 1600

45MM 1/2000 F/5.6 ISO 1600

45MM
1/2000
F/5.6
ISO 1600

 

As always your “likes”/opinions/critiques are welcomed.

 

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Posted on August 2, 2014, in Photography and tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 7 Comments.

  1. Great Results. I would use a studio flash with a soft box as the backlighting. The flash would stop the action and give you a clear image at a lower ISO and higher f stop. But the solution the young man (I’d say he’s no more that 12) is using works well in place of a studio flash.

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  2. I really thought he was about 11. Timothy I wish you lived in or near NJ and held photography classes because I would be your 1st student! Thank you for the suggestions. I do have a softbox and I did not think to use the flash like you suggested in my other post. I will try it and post the results (hopefully tomorrow).

    Thanks for being willing to share your knowledge it is appreciated!

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  3. Nice – I agree with using a strobe to stop the action. Actually, that might be too sharp – liquid under a strobe can look unreal.

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  4. Thank you Bill. I am going to try the flash (hand held) since I dont have a strobe and hope for the best.

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  5. I love it ! I may have a look at the video recommended ! :-)))

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