Last night I began my intermediate photography class. I actually don’t use a white balance or gray-scale card to get the proper settings on my camera. I recently have spent a lot of time editing the white balance on my photos. I’d say 90% of the time that’s what I’m needing to fix. In my class I learned how to properly set the custom white-balance and was encourage to use the preset WB as well. I think I could have used the ‘cloudy’ setting a time or two in the recent past. Now it’s time to put it in practice.
I will be posting my homework assignments here as they come up. But for now here is a little taste of my husband’s engineering at work. He is working on a persistence of vision clock to be placed on a ceiling fan. So far it’s rather difficult to see the time, but I think with some programming adjustments he can get it to display properly. I had fun playing around with some long exposed shots.