Family Moment Scenario
Twenty four to seventy at seventy I don't really need an eighty five one four here and why few look, I'm an f two eight dad is very and focus mama's is mostly in focus the stories about dad over here if I shot this with the eighty five one four at one four and put my focal point on dad's face mom is going to be completely out of focus because I'm at one four at two eight you also can bring in mom a little bit too, and we still have the nice, soft blurring of the background. Could I have stepped back a little bit and shot this with my eighty five at two eight? Sure, why not? But I'm standing right there. The scene is evolving. I had a second to pull a camera in my face and I pulled up to twenty four to seventy at seventy s o eight thousand aperture priority exposure, compensation plus three they've moved a little into the room. It was a little dark on dad states, so I put a little pop of exposure compensation just point three of a stop just to brighten him up just a little bit what you'...
re seeing here, yes, these air processed images, but when I did process them, there is no additional exposure raising or lowering I picked these because I didn't nail the exposure I mean, yeah, I had to come in and clean up a little color balance and and so on and so forth, but none of what you're seeing here is achieved via post production, so and same thing I'm still using that light. This is the curtain, you see kind of the gold ish color in the background, it's the curtain of the window that we've been looking at for the past four slides eighty five millimeters hundred sixteenth of a second one eight because I wanted a little bit if I'd gone one for this would have been great, this would have been a little bit more lost. I went upto one eight to let you have a little bit of that comeback in the background, so you see it's adjusting itself throughout this scenario because I'm not paying attention to it because auto eso is just doing it for me aperture priority exposure, compensation minus one bright white glove, dark, dark shadows camera goes omg I don't know what to dio tries to equalize everything I'm going to show you in a little bit if you trusted your camera, what would happen in certain scenarios? I had to be smart enough to know to either be on manual and I'il inappropriately or to take my exposure compensation and just go click, click click until it's down to stop