On my recent trip to Bannack Ghost Town, I took a series of photos of rusty objects. Here’s what I got.
Recently, I went to the Bannack Ghost Town with my Digital Imaging class. As part of this, we were required to get a few different pictures. Here’s what I got.
I was able to go visit my parents this last weekend and I took some pictures while I was there. Here are some of the shots that I got.
This time around I focused on adjusting the aperture of my camera. By using a wide aperture, which uses a small f-stop (like f/3.5), you can create bokeh, or background blur, to the images. Then I contrasted those images with photographs that used a small aperture which has a high f-stop (like f/22) to keep all of the images clear from the front to the back.
With that being said, let’s review how my time taking these images went.
I had an adventure recently learning how to adjust the shutter speed to affect how motion pictures are taken. I’m sharing some things that I learned in the process.
When taking pictures, there are a variety of options that you have at your disposal. I am going to address just a few of these options in this post. Including aperture, shutter speed, and controlling ISO settings.
I’m part of the creative team for the iTalk group on Brigham Young University-Idaho. The group has three major events. One is a symposium called WeTalk, a debate-style event called TheyTalk, and a Ted-Style event called iTalk.
For the TheyTalk event coming up, the topic was about whether the Boy Scouts of America should allow girls into their programs. My creative team was assigned to make a poster for the event.