From this weekend’s trip to Santa Cruz with my best friend from elementary school. Shooting in aperture priority, I didn’t realize my shutter speed dropped down to 1/35 of a sec until after the first few frames. I quickly made some changes and shot the rest in manual mode.
Do people still go bowling nowadays? Apparently so!
I don’t remember the last time I bowled. And no, I didn’t bowl this time either.
These were shot through my friend’s dirty car window:
Maybe I need to cut back on the caffeine or I just need more practice for the handhelds:
Not so pro:
For that last shot, I ran over from the next lane and stuck my camera out near the floor-shooting blindly.
I’ve typically worked with standalone images, posting one picture at a time. Seeing the images on this post together, I realized I should stop experimenting and find a consistent style for my post-processing. One could assume these images were taken by different people with different cameras on different days. Yet I took these all on the same night, with a single camera. Ha. Is there such a thing as multiple camera personality disorder?
It makes me rethink posting strategies. On Instagram, people post single images at a time, selecting whatever filters or effects they like at the time. And I guess that’s what I was used to doing on this site in terms of posting one image at a time, without a care for coherence.
Perhaps posting multiple images that tell a singular story would force me to be more consistent in my style. I still have a lot to learn.