Working in triangles

by Helen Hooker October. 10, 2017 1125 views

Over the last few days I've been working hard on my current article for Photoblog, all about the exposure triangle. This is a concept I'm familiar with and I do the calculations necessary to use it all the time. However, putting these processes into words that will hopefully be helpful to others has been quite a brain teaser!

Having finished most of the text, this afternoon I popped up to Audley End to try and shoot some of the comparison images, to show the effect of changes in aperture and ISO settings. I headed for the service wing of the house, where I knew I'd find something suitable to shoot. These are two of the resulting pictures, although the final versions in my article will include multiple copies to compare the various settings. I like them as pictures in their own right so I figured I may as well use them as my Photoblog pictures too.

10 October 2017

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Kay Hooker 3 years, 3 months ago

First shot has lots of dust on the shelf, and would drive me potty having to take a paper cover off before I could use the baking powder!  The second shot is perfect for the 1900's. Thank goodness we don't live in that age now. All together, well spotted Helen and I can see what you mean about triangles.  Love both.

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Camellia Staab 3 years, 3 months ago

Both pictures are beautiful, I especially like the second one with the reflection. The colors are just perfect truly adds to the feel of the place.

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