Camera Controls Nikon D70s

February 22, 2007

Shallow Depth of Field

1.1 Shallow Depth of Field

Shutter Speed: 0.3 sec
Exposure Program: Manual
Aperture Value: f/4.5
ISO Speed Ratings: 200
Focal Length: 56.0 mm/84.0 mm
Lens: 18.0-70.0 mm /27.0-105.0 mm
Metering Mode: Spot

Long Depth of Field

1.2 Long Depth of Field

Shutter Speed: 10.0 sec
Exposure Program: Manual
Aperture Value: f/29
ISO Speed Ratings: 200
Focal Length: 56.0 mm /84.0 mm
Lens: 18.0-70.0 mm /27.0-105.0 mm
Metering Mode: Spot

Long Focal length

2.1 Long Focal length
(Telephoto – Compression of perspective)

Shutter Speed: 0.4 sec
Exposure Program: Manual
Aperture Value: f/6.3
ISO Speed Ratings: 200
Focal Length: 70.0 mm /105.0 mm
Lens: 18.0-70.0 mm /27.0-105.0 mm

Metering Mode: Spot

Short Focal Length

2.2 Short Focal Length
(Wide angle – Elongation of Perspective)

Shutter Speed: 1/5 sec
Exposure Program: Manual
Aperture Value: f/3.5
ISO Speed Ratings: 200
Focal Length: 18.0 mm /27.0 mm
Lens: 18.0-70.0 mm /27.0-105.0 mm
Metering Mode: Spot

Sad Creation

3. A Sad Creation of My Own

Shutter Speed: 1/200 sec
Exposure Program: Manual
Aperture Value: f/5.0
ISO Speed Ratings: 200
Focal Length: 18.0 mm /27.0 mm
Lens: 18.0-70.0 mm /27.0-105.0 mm

Metering Mode: Spot

After changing White Balance from Cloudy (as shot) to Shade in Photoshop:

Sad Creation

Well now… I just realized that I’ve done this totally wrong, this last task I mean. The aperture and shutter speed are not as they should be, but that is because the camera went out of control. Maybe it was because of the cold, but every time I changed the shutter speed or f-value, they changed to something else in seconds. In this picture, maybe if I would have gotten a bit closer to my subject an had a larger aperture, focused on the mouth of the drain, I could have gotten that more sharp and the background diffuse. A bit more interesting than this outcome. Then of course I would have had to adjust the shutter speed accordingly, now the picture is a bit over exposed.

There lies a bigger problem here though, as You can see… You might say I misinterpreted the last task, I didn’t realize until now that You were supposed to have two subjects at a constant distance in this last picture too.

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