Monday, July 20, 2009

07-18-09 Virginia & Washington DC Monuments



Model: Canon EOS 40D
ISO: 100
Exposure: 1/15 sec
Aperture: 14.0
Focal Length: 16mm
Flash Used: n/a




Model: Canon EOS 40D
ISO: 100
Exposure: 1/20 sec
Aperture: 14.0
Focal Length: 24mm
Flash Used: n/a




Model: Canon EOS 40D
ISO: 100
Exposure: 1/500 sec
Aperture: 2.8
Focal Length: 35mm
Flash Used: n/a




Model: Canon EOS 40D
ISO: 100
Exposure: 1/1250 sec
Aperture: 2.8
Focal Length: 70mm
Flash Used: No




Model: Canon EOS 40D
ISO: 100
Exposure: 1/12 sec
Aperture: 16.0
Focal Length: 73mm
Flash Used: n/a




Model: Canon EOS 40D
ISO: 100
Exposure: 1/200 sec
Aperture: 2.8
Focal Length: 140mm
Flash Used: No




Model: Canon EOS 40D
ISO: 100
Exposure: 1/1250 sec
Aperture: 2.8
Focal Length: 200mm
Flash Used: No




Model: Canon EOS 40D
ISO: 200
Exposure: 1/15 sec
Aperture: 4.6
Focal Length: 25mm
Flash Used: n/a




Model: Canon EOS 40D
ISO: 200
Exposure: 1/12 sec
Aperture: 4.6
Focal Length: 16mm
Flash Used: n/a




Model: Canon EOS 40D
ISO: 200
Exposure: 1/15 sec
Aperture: 14.0
Focal Length: 16mm
Flash Used: No




Model: Canon EOS 40D
ISO: 1600
Exposure: 1/500 sec
Aperture: 2.8
Focal Length: 16mm
Flash Used: No




Model: Canon EOS 40D
ISO: 1600
Exposure: 1/3 sec
Aperture: 5.0
Focal Length: 16mm
Flash Used: No




Model: Canon EOS 40D
ISO: 1600
Exposure: 1/8 sec
Aperture: 5.0
Focal Length: 16mm
Flash Used: No

Went to Virginia and Washington DC this past weekend. Here are some of the photos. Enjoy!! Only spend about 24 hrs in both those states so everything was a little rushed. Next time, I'll have more gear with me and more time to plan my shots.

3 comments:

Nathan Pham said...

Great photos. For the little prep time you had, the photos sure came out great. After all, good photo ops are rarely planned.

By the way, what lenses did you use for the photos. It seems like only use 2.

Nathan Pham said...

For the last 3 photos, why did you use high ISO sensitivity? The photos were a bit noisy compared to the others.

Mstic said...

Mainly because it was at night and if I used ISO 100, I wouldn't have been able to hand-hold it. And at least to me, there is no difference in ISO 1000 vs. 1600 in terms of being able to hand hold. From my experience with my camera, ISO100 and ISO1000 requires the same amount for the shutter to stay open whereas I only see a dramatic difference when using ISO1600, it dramatically cuts down the time the shutter is open.