I’ve been wanting to stop and standing here to take landscape photos. I was at the Scrivener Dam. If it’s not because of the photography assignment that I want to submit this week I wouldn’t get to this place.
This was the easiest part of the assignment of a really horrible module. The idea was to take a landscape photo and apply the sunny f/16 rule in a very sunny day. The rule basically just a way of estimating the correct day light exposures without metering the light, by setting the aperture to f/16 and shutter speed to the reciprocal of the ISO setting. If you want to know more just google it 😄.
I am so glad that was done, and I was doubly glad that the landscape from where I stood was exactly as pretty as I thought it would be. Photo above taken by iPhone using Pro HDR app.