Friday, March 19, 2010
I've decided that over spring break I need to get into shape. So today, I managed to do the Meadowdale Beach Trail, Jogged the track, and I ran some stairs. I think that's a good start.
A quick photography tip is on ISO. ISO is the sensitivity of film or in my case, and most others digital film sensor. In my case, my camera has a range of 100-3200 ISO. The lower the ISO, say 100, the slower the shutter speed needed to get a correct exposure. The upside to this is, the less 'noise' there will be in the picture. As the ISO gets higher, you can take faster and faster exposures, but the quality of the picture will become worse. Anything past ISO 800 will probably be too bad to salvage.
Tonight's photo is an HDR of the woods. Hope you like it!