As we all know when light falls on an object, it is reflected back. As a result the reflection of that object forms an image of that object in front of our eyes.
Something similar happens when we try to capture images.
In the image above sun rays are falling parallel on the object as well as the camera is parallel, such that they are in a straight line and hence the shadow of the object is directed on the camera.
Capturing images like this is a very difficult task, for rookie photographers.
All you have to do here is adjust your camera settings in such a way that you will get exact image of what you see.
Now how will you do it….???
For capturing this image we have to adjust the Shutter speed, As ISO and Aperture are normal, but the Shutter speed has been raised too much
Now question arises, Why only Shutter speed…???
We use minimum ISO for maximum light, and during low light it is advised that usage of ISO should be more.
In scientific terms, we can say that ISO is inversely proportional to light.
Which simply means more the light, less the ISO to be used.
Hence, whenever there is maximum light in the surrounding it is obvious that we should keep the ISO to the minimum.
Hence here the ISO was kept minimum.
But apart from ISO and Shutter speed there are many things that we use in Photography, which we are going to see in further blogs.
Camera – Nikon D3200
Lens – 18-105 mm
Focal Length – 52 mm
Aperture – 5.6
Shutter Speed- 1/3000
Flash – Not used
Location – Karad, Maharashtra.