Another set of vacation photos.
This is a small seashell on the beach. The foreground and background were the same distance from the lens, so it requires the "Who-Cares Aperture" of f/8. This allows for maximum sharpness throughout the whole photo. It's a super easy composition and I just LOVE the result. I couldn't stop shooting these when I found them on the beach. I like that this one has some other "stuff" in the shot. Adds a little character to the tiny shell.
|"Who Cares Aperture"; seashell; sand; beach|
Nikon D3100; Focal Length: 48.0 mm; Shutter Speed: 1/800s; f/8; ISO 200
So one of the state parks in the area has an old dock/pier that has nothing left but the support posts. It created for a really fun compositions. This was one of my favorites.
Another "who cares" aperture with a stone
|"Who Cares Aperture"; stone; sand; beach|
Nikon D3100; Focal Length: 55.0 mm; Shutter Speed: 1/1000s; f/8; ISO 200
The beach isn't nice white sand, but little tiny gravels. It made for lousy sand castles, but neat photographs.
|Landscape; beach; sand; ocean; leading lines|
Panasonic DMC-FH20; Focal Length: 9.6 mm; Shutter Speed: 1/320s; f/4.0; ISO 80