Canon lens ISO: 320 Shutter Speed My main aim in this photo was where the eye is lead. from the mast to the clouds then over to the mountains. the boat is out of centre to create a balance with the mountains.
L1M1AS2 Self Portrait. Canon 60D ISO 250 f/5.6 1/80sec 18-55mm lens Taken on tripod against a window to capture the natural light with a shutter release remote. My tiles are white so the sun was reflecting off them onto my face. This photo has some hard light in it though i felt it added another element to the picture. I also changed the colour of my dress to see if it ''popped'' a bit more. In this series of photos I am standing facing the same way to capture the light.
Self Portrait. Taken on tripod with a shutter release remote in front of a window capturing the natural light. In this photo I was trying to use my rule of thirds but at times the camera would struggle to find my face.
L1M1AS2 Self Portrait. Canon 60D ISO 160 f/5 1/80sec 18-55mm lens Taken on tripod next to window to catch natural lighting on a tripod with shutter release remote. Not sure if this is right but i loved the light in my eyes and on my hair and felt it highlighted my face. I also liked the contact I was making with the camera.
L1M1AS1 Still life- Breakfast Canon 60D 18-55mm lens ISO-125 f/5.6 1/80sec. Taken standing on the table above the plate on a tripod with a 10sec timer to avoid shake especially at an awkward height. Early morning natural light, taken in front of a big window. Maybe misused space on the left but felt balance in the image.
Rule Of Thirds. Canon ISO 100 Taken with a tripod on a timer, mid afternoon, it was quite an overcast day so i had to wait for sunlight to hit certain spots at certain times. Small adjustments in lightroom.