Saturday, February 26, 2011

Scenes From Breakfast


Scenes From Breakfast
Originally uploaded by killy
I ate breakfast with a camera in front of my face, which wasn't easy considering i had shovel ham, eggs, toast, oatmeal and coffee into my mouth.

I remember when Todd and I used to walk into various lighting situations and evaluate the light without a meter. We would both give our best guesses for the room - Todd was more often correct, but it was a nice game and kept my mind and eye on the light. I am playing the same game with myself these days - not nearly as much fun without Todd, though.

Things are a bit more complicated these days, though. I can easily change the ISO at any point. I guess, technically, i could have pushed my film, but at that point i was compressing/expanding values in such a way that is very different from changing ISOs on a digital camera. At least, i think so. At any rate, the game was played with a constant value (400 ASA) if i remember correctly.

So today, at the dining table with a NE facing window, i watched the light and made my best guesses.

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