Lesson one..

Hi guys. Every Wednesday evening I’m teaching photography and I will post some of the images used so that they (my students) can go back and find info and you might pick up a thing or two, too. :)

Aperture: f2.8
Shutter speed: 1/15s
(70mm Macro, ISO50)

Aperture: f22
Shutter speed: 3,2s

Here’s pictures showing what we talked about in the first lesson. About the exposure and what difference different aperture does to the image. When executing these images all you need is a camera and a tripod. The camera can a be a point and shoot but you should in that case be able to change aperture. Switch to “A” mode, in this mode you can change aperture and camera will automatically change shutter speed for you.

Some more examples:

First: Aperture: f1,4, Shutter speed: 1/25s
Second: Aperture: f16, Shutter speed: 5s
Lens: Sigma 30mm

First: Aperture: f1,4, Shutter speed: 1/40s
Second: Aperture: f16, Shutter speed: 4s
Lens: Sigma 30mm

First: Aperture: f2,8, Shutter speed: 1/13s
Second: Aperture: f22, Shutter speed: 4s
Lens: Sigma 70mm Macro

First: Aperture: f1,8, Shutter speed: 1/10s
Second: Aperture: f16, Shutter speed: 6s
Lens: Sigma 30mm

About Carl Rytterfalk

Welcome to my blog! I'm Carl Rytterfalk, a swedish photographer who loves everything that is interesting in the world of photography. In 2002 I fell in love with the three layered Foveon sensor and has since then been an addicted user of Sigma cameras. Though I use Canon and Nikon as well. :)
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2 Responses to Lesson one..

  1. Tobbe says:

    Really nice Carl. Looking forward to the next lesson update. Always good to get a reminder on all the things learned in the past. Memory tend to fade away..

  2. Marfalkov says:

    Enjoyable examples! :)

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