Refining the exposure


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Refining the exposure

Okay, so I've just added two more stops of light and we're at 1 16th power, which is still very low, but that's giving me the ability to shoot f22. I'm getting more depth of field around the frog, but my worry will be that any dirt on the glass might start to come into focus, so that's what I'm balancing. I want as much depth of field to carry the frog, but I don't want to be seeing the, the schmutz on the glass in front of me. another thing, if you remember we went to two-hundred-and-fiftieth of a second when we first started shooting the flash pictures, that was to kill the ambient light. So, the ambient exposure, in here, was a 20th of a second at F4, at ISO 800, if I'm remembering correctly now. Right now, we're working at two-hundred-and-fiftieth of a second. Which is adding, okay, let's, let's call it a 30th of a second just for ease, a 60th, 125th, 250th.

That's killing three stops of ambient light right there, and then...

Refining the exposure
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Refining the exposure provides you with in-depth training on Photography. Taught by David Hobby as part of the Lighting with Flash: On Location, from Close Up to Portrait

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