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I series -- adult aperture priority mode and I actually do a special technique that I called HDR photography.
And I have a full tutorial on stuck in customs dot com is HD -- morality if you step by step how to go through this stuff.
So I -- in aperture priority.
And I turn on something called auto Brack getting.
Which means that it takes multiple photos -- different shutter speeds.
So if -- pushed out of the -- here.
It's gonna go through a little time -- period and -- hear it take five photos automatically.
The first photo is a quick photo so it takes all the bright areas.
And makes it nice and perfectly -- The last exposures are very long shutter speed and and a lot of shutter -- it's a solid dark areas all the shadows and makes them perfectly lit.
It's at the end of it all you end up with five photos.
And uses special software to combine these photos into one.
And that helps you see in the final photo what you can actually see and realize -- head into Central Park and six of photos -- So what do you see here stranger.
Well looking -- composition a challenge would be.
Had a -- get the overall shape of the bridge.
And had I -- of the texture.
And the detail of the rage while maintaining some sort of depth and perspective over the whole thing as -- -- have a wide angle lens I was thinking about.
-- in close.
Along the rail.
And getting the perspective in shape of the bridge to see if I could blow -- -- one shot painters.
We're actually get most of my influence from rather than photography I love the impressions.
And that's been a lot of time sending impressionist.
And I know that you're compositional choice where you -- at that easel is.
Extremely important that's one reason I like using a tripod because it helps -- -- a lot of thought.
And what I'm going to be taking a photo.
So I think it's -- be kind of cool to take a shallow depth of field photo.
Of her painting this scene and what I mean by shallow depth of field.
Is -- setting up my camera and F two point eight.
All right which is a really low numbers the lower the number.
In your -- stop.
The more depth of field you -- -- went up the field means is that one thing will be in focus -- thing of these super sharp.
While the background falls away into -- as blurry -- K soft dreamy never ending.
Simply and you can see -- kind of a fun challenge to get the painting and the bridge right in the same shot and it.
And -- work with the shadows and a it's a better shots if we can get some perspective on the bridge.
It just turns out that from the have to -- wasn't I didn't feel like to do much with it so we get back over here against the corner we'll get some perspective in some detail and it's gonna end up a little bit better so you know what's funny when we're walking under here I looked at that.
That shot there I don't know basking in the -- what you you did and I thought that looks -- -- -- reckless photo.
I'm -- -- it FA.
-- There is stuff this closeup and stuff as far away and I want it all to be in focus news.
Thought I think this'll be probably be most interesting -- of the bridge you wanna get three things in this photo you wanna get the overall shape and feel the bridge.
You ought to get a sense of -- Because it is a three dimensional object.
You're going to be sharing it with the world and a two dimensional.
Web page really.
So you want the -- brain to feel and sense the death.
And the last thing of it is you wanna get.
The entire bridge and get some of the cool little details.
As it's have a wide angle lens and able to get all the nice -- detail the -- in the shadows in here.
And -- that same time so there you have it some basics of photography with a great -- Ratcliffe walking through Central Park here in midtown Manhattan.
Any sort of final thoughts of wisdom before -- -- go out their own cameras.
Now I guess being the biggest thing with the that anyone can take better photos -- -- -- And if you see some of my photos or any other photographers they think -- interesting.
Don't think that is something that you can never do because anyone can do this.
Today is the best time ever to be -- photographer.
I had tons of free tutorials on my website there's other great resources on the web.
And this is -- time again it's harder than anybody can do this it's tremendously.
Anything at a very interesting layer -- he needs your lies.
Noticing things you probably might not have ever seen before when you actually get out with a camera.
Speaking of where to go and see some of these photos and all of that information go to stuck in customs dot com for more information about all -- photos.
And here trained great to see and thanks so much are.
At Cameron one -- you gotta learn how to shake hands differently -- -- Thanks -- I thank you.
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