looks aite to me.
Word, it aint that bad.
Yo PERV, got the film developped from the Olympus OM-1.
Shit is mad ill dude Im gonna scan them soon..
You try your Leica out yet ?
Nope, havn't even paid for it yet. Then gotta wait 2 weeks for it to ship out to me in New Zealand.
thats mad good yall should sell your shit id buy it as a canvas
like if u look it and blew it up big
it would be worth sellin
blueberry sweet tooth
Olympus OM-1 with Illford B&W film (ISO 400)
a nice view of HellCajon Crappifornia taken from hilltop that is now burnt out but used to be good chill spot
im gonna hold my sausage hostage tonight!
first try and shooting sports. Any tips? It's seems blurry and shit. ISO was at 3200 and i think shutter speed was at 250 and f/stop was at 5.0/5.6. Its hard to shoot with a higher shutter speed since it was a night game and there wasnt much light.
Sports photography is where pro zoom lenses come in. For night sports, you need a zoom lens with a low F stop, such as the 70-200mm F/2.8
Having a lower f stop means more light is allowed into the sensor and lower ISO's can be used, as well as faster shutter speeds, avoiding the grain and blur caused by higher ISO's. These lenses also have lighting fast auto focus, when used with a camera with an effective auto focus system like the Nikon D3, the subject can be focussed and tracked pretty easily.
If you want to freeze movement, without blurring etc, you must use higher shutter speeds of atleast 500th or faster, if you can't afford a f/2.8 zoom, then you are going to have to deal with the grain of higher ISO's to balance the higher shutter speed in low light.
Hope this helps, it's kinda complex and hard to explain.
are you a photographer by trade or is it a hobby?