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Posted by on May 3, 2015 in Blog, Nature | 0 comments

Ordinary Spot, Extraordinary Shot (OS-ES)

Ordinary Spot, Extraordinary Shot (OS-ES)

For this assignment, we were to find a spot that might be looked over, and get a good shot out of it. I kind of had a hard time with this assignment because I didn’t really feel very creative about it… It made it hard to find a good spot!

KarlaLugo-OSES1

This picture was taken with a Canon EOS REBEL T3i, with a focal Length of 35, f-stop of 29, and an exposure time of 1 second. This picture was taken under a bridge behind Fat Cats, Rexburg.

Before:KarlaLugo-OSES4

This picture was taken with a Canon EOS REBEL T3i, with a focal Length of 32, f-stop of 4.5, and an exposure time of 1/40. This picture was taken in our storage room.

KarlaLugo-OSES2

Setup:KarlaLugo-OSES3

The editing process for both pictures was all done in Adobe Lightroom. For the first picture I adjusted the temperature, the tint, the clarity and sharpness, and the contrast. For the second picture, I adjusted the exposure, contrast, and clarity.

I’d have to say that I really liked how they both came out!

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