I absolutely adore how vintage these plane pictures turned out. Even down to the old silver hulled American Airlines jet. Tips and critique is welcomed.
Vintage cars and Indy Lights were at IMS yesterday. All photos were taken on a Canon T3 with the standard 18-55 lens. As always, suggestions/critiques are welcome!
The film expired the year I was born so I wasn’t expecting too much in the way of quality. However, once the negatives were scanned in and photoshop’d a bit to color correct, these are some of the results. The expired film gave some really fun effects... and a ton of grain. The shots were taken over the course of 2013…
Both were shot with the kit 18-55mm lens, the iso was set at 100, and the aperture was at f/5.6. I need to get a lens with a bigger opening. Suggestions on a cheap lens that is good for close up work?
I took this the other day. Kit 18-55mm lens and I don't remember the other settings but probably 3200 ISO and f/5.6 with one heck of a slow shutter
Sorry for two posts in a row, but I had to share what I got for my birthday. My parents gave me a 55-250 lens. I know it's not the greatest thing out there, but it will be nice to have some range now. Don't judge the potato pic.
I found my dad's old Vivitar 500FD external mounted flash, put batteries in it, and found it works with my camera. What can I use this for? I've never really used a flash.
I took these shots and edited them on a program that wasn't photoshop. Suggestions on alternatives? I'm not happy how these shots were composed.
Preface: I am taking my high school's level 2 photography class. At the time I took it level 1 was black and white film and was led by a different teacher. In the years since, my school has discontinued teaching film and moved to digital. First day: I decided to figure out the quality of the teacher. I started a…
I just can't seem to get the hang of it. The shots always turn out over/under exposed, out of focus, or just plain ugly. It is quite annoying that I can never get what I want. I must be missing something here. I do dig the ghostliness of myself in the first pic though.
These are large pictures. This first one was taken at an old CSA cemetery.