It’s going to be different every time depending on the lighting situation and whether you need to let more or less light in (also depending on what lens you’re using and its f-stop value). There’s no definitive answer, but if you’d like to learn from my examples, you can view the individual meta/exif data for each shot by going to my Flickr, clicking on the image you’d like to see info for, then clicking the link on the right-hand side that says, “This photo was taken using a Canon EOS 5D Mark II.” There you should find all the info you’re looking for (aperture, ISO, shutter speed, etc).
Ha, yes, I was there. And I saw you too when you were interviewing them in the lounge. But I didn’t realize it was you until you had already left and I asked the guys what your name was. I knew you looked so familiar! So I guess after all these years of following each others’ work online, we lost our coincidental opportunity to finally meet in person, haha.
I’m trying to get back on my social-networking game. Lately I feel like an old person having already lived my golden years in the era of Myspace famedom (with 65,000+ “friends”), and now the youngsters have grown into Twitter and Tumblr celebs and I’m still dreaming of the good old days where having a web presence meant posting a bulletin (you remember what those were, right?) and getting 200 picture comments in return.
So what’s it take to get some more likes and reblogs and followers around here? I want to know what you guys want to see from me!
I have a bunch of posts lined up to show you all the design work I’ve been doing over the last couple months, and of course the multitude of photos from The Chariot and MCMB’s Euro tour. But what else would you like me to add? Do I just keep doin’ what I’m doin’, or is there more you’d like to see/read/watch/etc?