Sunday, May 23, 2004

Keeping the sky out of the frame

23 May 2004

If you are out for the day and it is cloudy still take your camera as you can still take good pictures, if you are careful.

I spent the afternoon at the Bodmin & Wenford Railway.

With cloud drifting in from the Atlantic Ocean all I was left with was a small amount of diffused light to take photographs.

The trick to taking pictures in this kind of situation is to get rid of the sky and open the aperture right up.

The final picture makes the most of the little amount of light that was available

Time 4:31pm Shutter 1/90 Aperture F5.6

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