I set up the tripod. I used a slow shutter speed and while the shutter was open, I zoomed out. There were cars traveling down the road next to the sign. Hence, the traffic trails off to the side.
9/25/17, 8:05:26 PM, Marriott Hotel, Rexburg, ID
f/22, 1.6, ISO 200, Canon Rebel T6i, Tripod
I set up the tripod and used a slow shutter speed to capture the blurred motion of the swings you see below.
09/26/17, 5:18pm, Rexburg, ID
f/25, 1.8, ISO 100, Canon Rebel T6i, Tripod
I have always been fascinated by water photography so that is what inspired this photo. I handheld the camera this time as the shutter speed was fast enough. Changed the colors to gray scale in the editing process.
09/26/17, 9:56am, Rexburg, ID
f/5.6, 1/200, ISO 200, Canon Rebel T6i
I had some friends model for the below picture. I just can’t get enough of her smile!
Handheld again with a fast shutter speed.
09/26/17, 4:46pm, Rexburg, ID
f/5.6, 1/500, ISO 200, Canon Rebel T6i
I decided to show the before and after picture because this was my first time editing out something as big as power lines. Up to this point I have only done small spot removal (zits, etc).
Thanks to the Fisher’s for their help with a few of these photos!