Week 1 of 12: Aperture Basic Training

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Posted 10/10/2010 by **Amanda** in General Photography
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**Amanda**
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Posted: 10/10/2010 8:32:01 PM
Wow! What a response! We have 61 Peas that are going to go through the course before the end of the year!

They are:

**Amanda** (Amanda)
Sherrieray (Sherrie)
patriotichearts (Rachel)
pookiepea (Dawn)
marshaspeechpath (Marsha)
kellybird55 (Liza)
lori_z (Lori)
KimAshton (Kim)
4inNH (Michelle)
Jill_Ilene (Jill)
Cindy_D (Cindy)
ellaroosmama (Krista)
J3nnlp3r (Jennifer)
DchsofAbby
Jillybean67
buystoomuch (Heather)
bailes
mcdeblynn
Lissy007 (Melissa)
fountain5 (Jennifer)
scrapbookbobbie (Bobbie)
Faux_Finisher (Terri)
ScrappRat
finaledition (Julie)
ScienceGirl (Jennie)
scrappinnurseanita
basketcrazy
crazy8 (Leslie)
CalesWifey (LaKeta)
sophiespal
erinags04 (Erin)
GR8SUFAN (Kristal)
gajitldy (Diane)
CrossonFamily82 (Jessica)
**ELIZABETH** (Elizabeth)
nanatam (Tamera)
Whitney103 (Whitney)
emandia (Erin)
sara.k (Sara)
melissacecilia (Melissa)
aprilpez (April)
camerahappygirl (R.B.)
iismom
scrappingpickle (Alesa)
s2folck (Sara)
dewsgirl
happybeingnana (Nikki)
Jen_in_NCal (Jen)
Scarlett_1
katiescarlett
4thememoriesofU (Lynisha)
stephgirl (Stephanie)
caropea (Caroline)
clemons1985
Mom2S&S (Alison)
neparker
bleebrown (Brandy)
tnscrapperknox (Kelly)
Crafting_Neeners
Iowahawk
Junelove (Josie)

Also, I hope you don't mind -- but I thought this title sounded better than "Week One - Twelve Weeks Course" did. I'll title them all like this from here on out. My goal is to have them up by 10pm each Sunday night.

If you haven't already done so, please take a moment to update your signature line with your real name and the gear you are using. I've listed real names above where they were given.

Without further ado -- let's get started! WEEK ONE PDF


- Amanda

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**Amanda**
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Posted: 10/10/2010 8:33:10 PM
I took pictures tonight of the only thing that would stand still for me: Batman.

I left the clutter in the background so the change in depth of field would be more apparent.

I focused on the "Bat Symbol" each time.

50mm f/1.4, SS 1/60, ISO 100, AV Mode



50mm f/9.0, SS 0.6, ISO 100, AV Mode



50mm f/22, SS 4.0, ISO 100, AV Mode




- Amanda

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Posted: 10/10/2010 8:39:27 PM
Add mine please! I'm busy with school 2 days a week but I'd love to play.


Leslie

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Posted: 10/10/2010 8:55:56 PM
I think I got my signature set right and all set to work on the first assignment! Thank you again for getting this together!


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Posted: 10/10/2010 9:34:56 PM
Oh I am soooo in!!! I have wanted to do this for the longest time, but wanted to do it with a group!!!! Thank you for getting this all up and running! I downloaded all the articles to my flash drive and will be printing them off tomorrow!

Thanks again!


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Posted: 10/10/2010 10:04:37 PM
I think I have my siggi set right and will work on the first lesson this week. I'm so excited to FINALLY be starting this and getting to know some of you peas! Thanks for getting us going.


~Dawn~
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Posted: 10/10/2010 10:51:38 PM
I would love to do this.Sign me up please!


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Posted: 10/10/2010 10:52:40 PM
I'm definitely in. I will post tomorrow


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Posted: 10/10/2010 10:53:15 PM
Hi - I would like to be signed up for this too.

Thank you!


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Posted: 10/10/2010 10:53:16 PM
Hi - I would like to be signed up for this too.

Thank you!


My Esty Shop http://www.etsy.com/shop.php?user_id=5263690

erinags04
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Posted: 10/10/2010 11:07:37 PM
I want to go through the course too! Please add me to your list. Thanks!

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Posted: 10/10/2010 11:30:04 PM
Please count me in also, I've been waiting for this to be offfered again. So excited I came across this tonight.


Kristal






ellaroosmama
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Posted: 10/10/2010 11:32:36 PM
I added my name! I will play around tomorrow and post afterwards! I'm excited to be doing this with a group!


Krista

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Canon Rebel Xsi, kit lens, 50mm 1.8, 85mm 1.8


ellaroosmama
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Posted: 10/10/2010 11:39:09 PM
okay this may be a dumb question... but why isn't my profile picture showing up when I post? Is there a trick to this???


Krista

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Posted: 10/10/2010 11:56:52 PM
I asked to be added on the other thread. I also need to learn how to upload. Maybe this will help with increasing my knowledge as I would love to go to GTG in Savannah. Excited to get started tomorrow.


Diane



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Posted: 10/11/2010 12:30:45 AM
Sign me up please =-D
Aside from Nikon D5000 in my siggy I'm not sure what all the other numbers people are posting mean. I'm a noob!



**Amanda**
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Posted: 10/11/2010 7:08:14 AM

okay this may be a dumb question... but why isn't my profile picture showing up when I post? Is there a trick to this???


Go to Account > Edit My Account. On the "Account Info" tab, there is an item called "Avatar URL." Click edit and then either link to a picture or click on "Use My Profile Picture." Sounds like you just need to check that box.



- Amanda

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**Amanda**
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Posted: 10/11/2010 7:11:21 AM

Aside from Nikon D5000 in my siggy I'm not sure what all the other numbers people are posting mean. I'm a noob!


Don't worry! It will all start to make sense very soon! The other numbers refer to the lens/lenses you have available and the focal lengthes and apertures (f/stops) at which they shoot. I've even seen some people add the software that they are using to edit and what kind of bag they carry to their signatures.


- Amanda

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**Amanda**
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Posted: 10/11/2010 7:17:50 AM

I also need to learn how to upload.


I only recently figured this out myself!

I found a great tutorial here on 2Peas that was easy to follow. I'll find it and add the link.

You can find it HERE

The only additional thing that helped me was to resize the long (horizontal) side of my picture 600px or less BEFORE I uploaded to Photobucket. That helps avoid the dreaded scrollbar.

Photobucket is what I use. I just use the free version (plenty of space for me at this time), and it seems like people have been having a lot of trouble with Flickr lately.


- Amanda

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**Amanda**
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Posted: 10/11/2010 7:27:36 AM
Also check out FAQ for Photog Peas

There is a wealth of information there -- and I try to start there if I don't know how to do something. More often than not, someone has had the same question and it's been answered very thoroughly by the Peas -- often with a nifty tutorial!

Don't forget that you can bookmark any thread that you want to go back to by clicking on the green plus sign at the top. Then you can find it under Bookmarks (which is directly below the search box on your screen). I found that helpful when I knew I wanted to follow a discussion.


- Amanda

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Posted: 10/11/2010 7:48:34 AM
Here are mine for this week, I'm having sinus issues this morning so I just popped the gnome on the porch for these.

1. 18mm, f/3.5, SS 1/1000, ISO 800, AV



2. 18mm, f/8.0, SS 1/200, ISO 800, AV



3. 18mm, f/22, SS 1/25, ISO 800, AV



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Posted: 10/11/2010 8:15:01 AM
Here are my photos for this week:

40mm, f/4, SS 1/3200, ISO 200


40mm, f/8, SS 1/800, ISO 200


40mm, f/22, SS 1/100, ISO 200



**Amanda**
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Posted: 10/11/2010 8:45:34 AM
Oh my, Amy! I just realized that you are in Sicily!

I'm looking forward to seeing more of your pictures! Great shot of the lime. I've never actually seen one on the tree. (That is a lime, right?!)


- Amanda

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Posted: 10/11/2010 10:31:36 AM
I want in!! Where are the classes located?


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**Amanda**
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Posted: 10/11/2010 11:35:34 AM
Ok Whitney -- you're in!

Click HERE for my original post with the link to the lessons.


- Amanda

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Posted: 10/11/2010 3:51:07 PM
Thanks Amanda for organizing all this-much bigger response than I expected. I've read this weeks lesson, just need to do the challenge photos.


-Marsha

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Posted: 10/11/2010 4:06:20 PM
Sign me in! I'll play!


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Posted: 10/11/2010 4:52:44 PM
I'm in.

I'll try to get mine posted tomorrow.


~Sara~
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Posted: 10/11/2010 6:32:39 PM
I would like to join, although working full time, running around with daycare and everything with the kiddo and having to take care of the house, I don't know how often I'd be able to post the photos, but I promise I will try hard!

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Posted: 10/11/2010 7:08:28 PM
I did these, but I'm not even sure it's worth posting the pictures (ETA - I seem to have decided otherwise! It wasn't worth it, but I did it anyway!). I used the 18-55 lens, because it can get to f/3.5 and the 55-200 can only get to f/4.

But I really, really can't tell much difference in the pictures at all.

I need to do it again, because I know I've had better luck adjusting the f/stop on pictures of flowers & stuff. I don't know why they all came out so similar:

f/3.5, 1/320, ISO 400


f/8, 1/60, ISO 400


f/22, 1/8, ISO 400


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**Amanda**
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Posted: 10/11/2010 7:30:03 PM
Jill -- I see what you mean about it not being an obvious difference in background blur here. Were you focusing on the exact same spot each time? Perhaps if you moved a bit closer to the lamp post with your feet (put it more in the foreground of the picture) you would get a more dramatic result.

I only say this because when I originally took pictures for this assigment, I had Batman up against the wall -- and they didn't look very different at all to me. It was only when I had a short amount of distance between myself and my subject, and a bunch of room behind him in the playroom that I got that nice blur effect.

Hope that helps!


- Amanda

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Posted: 10/11/2010 8:41:15 PM
I focused on the little sign hanging down, but I probably was too far away I guess. I was surprised to see so little difference though! Maybe it would be more difference with the other lens? I had used this one because it went to f/3.5 and the other goes to 4.0, but I wonder if it might not work better with the longer lens.

I didn't get home tonight with much light left, tonight so not a lot of time to play & it will be already after dark when I get home tomorrow night. I'll have to try again though, either outside or on Wednesday night.


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Posted: 10/11/2010 8:51:55 PM
Jill-

It was only when I had a short amount of distance between myself and my subject, and a bunch of room behind him in the playroom that I got that nice blur effect.


This is exactly what I was going to type.

My mom borrowed my camera, so I'll have mine up Wednesday or Thursday!


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Posted: 10/11/2010 9:39:28 PM
This sounds great! Can I play? I need all the help I can get!

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Posted: 10/11/2010 11:37:20 PM
dewsgirl, you are added. Ready . . . set . . . GO!


- Amanda

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Posted: 10/12/2010 12:35:06 AM
Jill, the wider the lens the less the background is going to blur and show you the difference, wider angle lenses dont give as much dof as telephoto lenses. and larger objects like a light pole are harder to get separation from the background then a tiny batman toy. so for this assignment and to really grasp what its trying to teach you, you would be better to find a smaller object and place it away from a background, just like the batman examples above

OR step closer and try to get just the sign to fill the frame instead of the entire light post

hth


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Posted: 10/12/2010 4:18:30 AM

Oh my, Amy! I just realized that you are in Sicily!

I'm looking forward to seeing more of your pictures! Great shot of the lime. I've never actually seen one on the tree. (That is a lime, right?!)


It's actually a lemon - they aren't ready until Dec/Jan so that's why it's still green!

Thanks for taking the time to start this back up!



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Posted: 10/12/2010 4:21:37 AM

Jill, the wider the lens the less the background is going to blur and show you the difference, wider angle lenses dont give as much dof as telephoto lenses.


Thank you so much for explaining that. I originally took my pictures with my 14-42 and didn't notice any difference so I switched to my 40-150. I figured it had something to do with that but googling I couldn't find an answer.



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Posted: 10/12/2010 5:40:17 AM
I gotta get going. I am trying to figure out what I can take a picture of.


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Posted: 10/12/2010 6:31:27 AM
Yes, thank you for explaining that! I knew I was having better luck with some things than others, but now that you put it that way it makes more sense.


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Posted: 10/12/2010 8:38:17 AM
Here are my shots!
f4.5

f14

f29


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Posted: 10/12/2010 8:38:54 AM
Is it too late?? I would LOVE to take join this class!


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Posted: 10/12/2010 8:51:31 AM
Scarlett_1, I'll add you to the list. Thanks!


- Amanda

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Posted: 10/12/2010 9:05:59 AM
I want to join too. I've previously read through the lessons but I'd like to participate to make myself sit down and go through all the lessons. Thanks for getting this started!



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Posted: 10/12/2010 10:55:16 AM
Ugh! I get the concept of aperture - I really do but my camera isn't being very nice. Yes, I know it's me not my camera. I have tried twice to get the photos and both times it wasn't right. The first set I took started out good but when I did f/22 the camera set my ss at 1/15 so of course it came out blurry. The second set I did, my focus was all wrong. I will try again this afternoon when my kids are napping.

Anyone learning any major tips for this lesson yet?



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Posted: 10/12/2010 11:20:00 AM
I went out in the yard to get a nice color flower to photograph before there is no color left in the yard for the winter! I focused on the flower closest to the bottom of the frame.

1. 50mm, f-1.8, ss-1/100, iso- 800


2. 50mm, f-8.0, ss-1/60, iso-800


3. 50mm, f-18, ss- 1/10, iso-800


Krista

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4thememoriesofU
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Posted: 10/12/2010 11:50:09 AM
Please add me! Thanks!!!


-Lynisha

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Posted: 10/12/2010 12:29:38 PM
I shot these in AV mode. I couldn't get a good one in manual mode. I'll keep working on that and hopefully can figure it out.

18mm f/22 SS 1/20 ISO 100



18mm f/7.1 SS 1/250 ISO 100



18mm f/3.5 SS 1/500 ISO 100



Melissa


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**Amanda**
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Posted: 10/12/2010 2:05:58 PM
katiescarlett and 4thememoriesofU -- you have been added.

Melissa, for this lesson we are supposed to be using AV mode -- so you're fine!

Krista, that flower is so pretty!


- Amanda

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Posted: 10/12/2010 2:33:36 PM
F3.5 SS 1/4000 ISO 400 18mm


F8 SS 1/800 ISO 400 18mm


F22 SS1/100 ISO 400 18mm


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Nikon D90, 18-105mm 3.5-5.6, 70-300mm 4.5-5.6
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