________________________________________________ Breakfast of Champions 1/160 sec f/7.1 ISO 400, tripod, cheapy light box, Exposure bias +1 1/3
________________________________________________ Page 29 of Every Camera Manual Ever Written 1/3 sec f/18 ISO 100, tripod, Originality bias -4 1/3
________________________________________________ Speed Trap 1/13 sec f/22 ISO 100, 184 MPH, tripod. Exposure bias -4
________________________________________________ Incensed: Redux 1/60 sec f/5.6 ISO 800, tripod. Halogen lighting "barn doored" from the side. Exposure bias +1 1/3 Second batch:
________________________________________________ El Monte Zoomer's Revenge 30 sec f/20 ISO 100, tripod
I'm just kinda "meh..." about this image, but have posted it because I've been thinking about doing this image for a while, and I hope to be able to re-shoot it with better results before the challenge is over. See if I have learned anything from my self-critique.
________________________________________________ Army of Me Continuous shutter snapshot
This isn't for the challenge or open to critique because, a)it's a snapshot, and b) it's got some Photoshop (though nothing advanced). But I figured I would share it since it is a different angle on the whole motion idea. I shot my son's walk along the wall in continuous shutter mode, and when I was sorting the images I noticed how well sequenced they looked, especially with the final frame of him looking back, as if he was leading a gang of himselves somewhere. So I just imported them all into one Photoshop file as layers, and just cut off the parts of each layer that did not include him. What was left was a nifty little composite that is effectively an old school multiple exposure that does a pretty nifty job of showing motion.
________________________________________________ Mysterious Cop Circles 30 sec f/10 ISO 100, tripod Final Submission:
________________________________________________ No Eggs, No Peace: The Inhumanity of The 2008 Easter Riots 1/15 sec f/22 ISO 100, tripod