Just recently, I bought one of these thingamabobs on the internet that triggers your flash so you can do some high speed photography. But considering that I don’t even know how to properly ground myself (let alone putting together one of these), there might be some technical difficulty in executing the shots for the next couple of days. So… We’ll see how that turns out.
EXIF: ƒ/1.7 1/60th ISO400
The title speaks for itself. Thanks for the help Tracey!
EXIF: ƒ/1.7 1/40 ISO 400
Even after 50000 miles, my car hold up wonderfully. I cannot express how much I love my car for all of it’s reliability and the fact it took me to San Fran and back and will continue transporting me to places for years to come.
EXIF: ƒ/1.7 1/500 ISO 100
Yay for doodling during Japanese lectures!
EXIF: ƒ/1.7 1/500th ISO 400
Happy birthday America! I really like the shape of this particular firework. Too bad I couldn’t get any better ones. I was quite disappointed in that my hours spent researching fireworks have been wasted. Just to go show that improv is sometimes the best way to shoot. (or not.)
EXIF: ƒ/1.7 1/10th ISO 400
EXIF:ƒ/2.0 1/320th ISO 100
EXIF:ƒ/2.0 1/800th ISO 100
EXIF:ƒ/2.8 1/100 ISO 400
I think this semi-proves I can shoot weddings. But I have a specific style that focus on being candid and on smaller stuff. Mhmm. I’ll upload more later? I really like the first and second one cause the audience knows about the wedding but it’s more subtle.
My huge stack of hard drives. <3There’s gigs upon gigs upon gigs of memory in that pile. Which isn’t really smart since this pile is NEVER supposed to be in one place at one time. Chase Jarvis recently blogged an excellent post about backing up. His post can be found here. Although today/yesterday’s image is a bit late, I’ll post another image tonight so I’ll be on track.
EXIF: ƒ/4.2 1/100th ISO 800
Mhmm. This may not seem like much but this pile of books rests on my bed. Strange right? Those of you that know me know that I don’t read a word of Chinese. So then, why is this stack of CHINESE books sitting on my bed? Hint: It doesn’t belong to me. In recent news, I’ve been kicked out of my OWN HOME! Fun. Hopefully I’ll reclaim what is rightfully mine in a couple of days. For now, let’s just say, I love my friends. ^.^
EXIF: ƒ4.9 1/30th ISO 800 (Note the aperture. ƒ/4.9? Why? Because I’m using a zoom. -_-” People always ask/wonder/inquire why I despise zooms. It’s exactly in cases such as these. With a larger aperture, I can: 1. have a fast shutter speed and 2. have a narrower depth of field. Sigh. I want my lens back. Along with my room.)
Again with the music. This is actually part of my music theory homework that I’ve been working on for the last half hour or so. I’ve learned several things since I’ve started: 1. Treble and bass cleft confuse the heck out of me. 2. After three years of music, I still don’t know my notes. 3. My handwriting’s really really really messy for a college student. (But I’m not pre-med though. So that sucks for me.) 4. I really need/want a macro.
EXIF: ƒ/1.7 1/250th ISO 400 I probably could’ve used a slower shutter speed just to brighten it up a bit but after post-processing, I guess I don’t really need it.
With summer school starting up, Three Sixty Five is also starting up. So it’s similar. But better. 😀 Hopefully, instead of just posting random things that are semi-interesting, I will refocus on what this blog’s goal originally was: to improve my skills in photography. Whether it be light or editing, things will hopefully be different and when I mean different, I mean better.
So one of my classes for the summer season is music. And between the similarities between photography and music, both will improve. Hopefully. Though my music playing skills are very rust.
EXIF: ƒ/1.7 1/80th ISO 800