a few more photos from our mother's day shoot.
I did the set up and gave Wesley the camera...it took a few before he got it right! =)
Shooting a silhouette?
- You'll need to make sure there is light behind your subject (a low sun in the sky is great)
- I set my aperture to 5.6 and ISO to 400 for this photo (if it was actually sunny Aperture would have been a little larger probably).
- I had Wesley get low to the ground to avoid the tree line - a more level photo would have been a little better angle, but I like this too!
- For more info on shooting silhouettes check out this or this and for how to make a .gif like mine check out this tutorial.
Same settings 5.6 and ISO 400 with background.
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