Sometimes having a long exposure time in ur camera results in interesting capture.. Ghosts like too sometimes :)
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Macros 21/07/2010
 
 
 
For today's lesson, I wanted to learn about the aperture priority mode by changing the aperture size. Changing the aperture size has a lot to do with the depth of field and the pictures I took helped me learning how it affects the depth of field.
To learn more about the aperture size please click here.
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Exposure time: 1/60sec
Focal Length: 35.0mm
Aperture: f/29.0

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Exposure time: 1/200sec
Focal Length: 35.0mm
Aperture: f/8.0

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Exposure time: 1/500sec
Focal Length: 35.0mm
Aperture: f/4.5

 
 
I read the blog "Photography tip",  blog for amateurish and hobbyist photographers, regularly to learn all those very useful tips on photography. It is always the small tiny things which helps us to make our pictures distinct and beautiful(atleast to our eyes :) ). I try to take into all the tips into consideration and try to implement at least a few, when I am taking my pictures specially after creating my Photoblog.

So today's tip was to know our camera better. The post clearly mentioned one step at a time and the first step was to take my camera out of automatic settings.  The second step was to test some of the common settings like Shutter Priority,Aperture Priority and Manual. So as a amateurish I tried to do the first two and here are the pictures..
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Shutter Priority Mode
Exposure: 1/500sec
Focal length: 55mm
Aperture: f/7.1

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Aperture Priority Mode
Exposure: 1/250sec
Focal length: 55mm
Aperture: f/9.0

As a amateurish, I think I am slowly learning my lessons..