P4

YAN JIE LI

Part 1 street landscape

Location: Springfield

ISO100   20mm   f/5.6    shutter speed1/125

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Part 2  Color

Location: Eugene

ISO200   18mm   f/3.5     shutter speed 1/60

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P3 Portrait/Landscape

Yan Jie Li

2016/11/08

(ISO200   18mm   f/3.5   1/1000)

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(ISO400   19mm   f/5   1/500)

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(ISO400  29mm   f/4.5   1/1000)

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P2 Motion

YANJIE LI

October/ 29/2016

Location: Oregon Dunes National Recreation Area, Florence

(ISO100,  106mm,  f/11,  shutter speed 1/250)

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(ISO 1600,  100mm,  f/32,  shutter speed 1/500)

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(ISO100,  75mm,  f/32,  shutter speed 1/15)

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(ISO100,  126mm,  f/22,  shutter speed 1/30)

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P1 Bracketing

2016/ 10/23/

Sunday afternoon

Wether : cloudy

I don’t know which one is “Winged Lady”, so I just shoot anther sculpture.

I went to school for short some pictures of exposure, and I used Canon EDS 600D.

First, I used Av model and I opened menu to set bracketing options call exposure comp/AEB setting. It shows the exposure value.I try to find out what will happen when I changed exposure value to negative . I did not change in my first shoot  ,and the exposure was 0.( ISO 100 f/7.1  1/125  26mm)

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Than I changed my exposure form 0 to -1. As we can see, it did not changed a lot in this photo, but I feel it make the light more dark than last one.

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Another one I changed to -3. So less light than last one.

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In the end, I changed to -5 which is the lowers exposure . The whole photo is dark, and I can really see the subject in the photo.

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2. I also shoot some photos to see the difference when I changed the exposure value to positive . This time I still use the same camera and first one is 0.(ISO1600  f/4.5  1/25 33mm  )

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I changed value to 2, it was changed differently because I think the color was more clear and bright.

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I changed to 3.

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Finally I changed to 5 the highest expose. Can not see the photo very clearly because it was too much exposure.

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