Maximum Exposure for your Photography

This is the consequence of discovering how to combine a good sturdy tripod, a vivid and colorful imagination, F22, ISO-100 and a two-dollar pack of colored pencils:

Colored Pencils II

Then I got a bit more creative. Note where the pencils point to in Digital Photography, a book I recently purchased though cannot recall where from!

Colored Pencils V

These were inspired by this simple shot, a creation of my young neice during her Saturday morning visit to our home. She threw pencils about, ripped paper from pads, and chatted to herself in a language only one-year-old’s can understand. An amazing spectacle that absolutely needed photographic proof thereof!

Consequences

So I had bit of fun with exposure timing and putting things into frame whilst the shutter was open.

Colored Pencils III (and Tools!)

The tools were quickly put into frame 3 seconds after the shutter opened. They were left in frame until it closed. Makes for an interesting effect – don’t you agree?!

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2 thoughts on “Maximum Exposure for your Photography

  1. Love the creativity.
    The colors pop.
    The marketer in me finds it interesting how each pencil is at a different stage of wear, despite being roughly the same height.
    What was neice coloring brown?

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  2. Thanks for the comment K.
    Thankfully my young niece was only drawing on white paper – and not the floors nor walls. Yes, it appears she liked the darker colors!
    We didn’t sharpen any, they’re all brand-new, fresh from the packet – so she got to blunt the sharp points for about an hour!

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