5 June 2008

Waiting for the sunset




It started off a nice bright evening. I decided to take a walk down by the local reservoir. I spotted a duck with her chicks (all 16 of them believe it or not) and took a few photos before she spotted me and upped and left with her babies. Then further along I spotted two lambs running and jumping and chasing each other in the field. Just below them in the same field were some rabbits. What a great night it's been so far. Then all of a sudden it grew quite dark..... No more sun...... it wasn't even 9pm yet...... oh no not rain again. Ah well back to the car before it got any worse. LOL
Settings
  • Focal length - 200mm
  • Aperture - F/3.5
  • Shutter Speed - 1/320 sec
  • ISO 400
  • Metering Mode - pattern
  • Exposure compensation - 0 step

Settings

  • Focal length - 200mm
  • Aperture - F/3.5
  • Shutter Speed - 1/250 sec
  • ISO 200
  • Metering Mode - pattern
  • Exposure compensation - 0 step
Settings
  • Focal length - 200mm
  • Aperture - F/3.5
  • Shutter Speed - 1/400 sec
  • ISO 400
  • Metering Mode - pattern
  • Exposure compensation - 0 step

Settings

  • Focal length - 200mm
  • Aperture - F/3.5
  • Shutter Speed - 1/320 sec
  • ISO 400
  • Metering Mode - pattern
  • Exposure compensation -0.7 step

3 comments:

André Lemay said...

Very beautiful set of pictures. Thanks for the technical data, I learn something new everytime.

Carole said...

Thanks Andre. I try to put the data on as much as possible. Sometimes i have no time with so many pictures being uploaded.

Susanne49 said...

Do you really change the ISO setting by every spot?

You had a very nice evening with all your animal captures, they are great!