First things first, I need your help. I’m trying to figure out if my monitor’s brightness is too high, and it for some reason doesn’t have a “factory reset button”. So I’m posting two pictures, the first one looks correctly exposed to me, the second looks too bright. I move them to another monitor, and the first looks too dark. Can you guys just leave a comment to let me know if the first photo is too dark, or the second is too light for you? I would really appreciate the help. And now to the normal blog post:
So, as I mentioned, there are a lot of certifications that are expected of me in a very short amount of time for my new job. What comes with certifications? Studying, staring at a bunch of text on a white page. In light of the fact that I am being forced to stare at a bunch of black and white only, I’m bringing forth a black and white photo to share the love.
This is the tiger at our local zoo in black and white. She’s really a beautiful creature, and I loved photographing her, so here’s me sharing her beauty. I hope I did her justice.
Canon T3i – EX 75-300mm f/4-5.6 lens: ISO 320, 150mm, f/5.0, 1/200 sec
And here’s the lighter version.
And while I’m at it, I decided to just try out the sunset tree shot I did earlier in black and white. After some editing, I found that I enjoyed the clouds a lot this way, so I’d share it too. Nothing special, just another black and white shot.