Photohunt: Reflection


Still a bit blurry, But I had to take it without the flash and I didn’t have anything to steady my camera with.


8 Responses

  1. Ooo, good one. Yeah, a little blurry, but great concept.

  2. nice and creative take on the theme.

  3. Very good. Nice take on the theme — without question! Have a great weekend!

  4. Blurry or no, it’s very cool.

  5. I love it! What a clever idea for the theme 🙂

  6. I love reflection pictures, especially the untraditional (or unexpected?) reflection surfaces. Doorknobs, the big silver button at crosswalks…

    As for the low-light/blurriness, I know it is sort of irrelevant at this point, but do you have a way to set the ISO? If you increase the ISO, you’ll increase the graininess of the picture, but you’ll be able to get a faster shutter speed at lower light. Similarly, if you have an “Av” setting on your dial, you can set your f-stop. The smaller the f-stop the larger the aperture; this means you are letting in more light (again, able to get a faster shutter speed at lower light) but also shortening your depth of field. (the focus area will be a more limited area)

    Maybe you know all that and fiddled to get the shot you did, though. Thought I’d share in case you didn’t! (I’m such a geek, sorry!)

    I don’t think the very slight blurriness in this pic detracts at all. It actually adds a bit of a nostalgia feeling to it. 🙂

  7. part of the problem with the blurriness is that the lens was pretty filthy! as you can see in my WW post above.

    I just have a simple point and shoot Nikkon Coolpix 4300 digital camera, but I can adjust the ISO up to 400. Wahoo!! LOL!! I would LOVE to have a digital SLR camera that I could play with. Maybe I’ll try again now that the lens in clean. We lost the cap years ago and I finally bought a replacement for it.

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