Here are some pictures of fallen trees and rocks and stuff in the woods behind the house.
Wasn’t that fun? Everything was in Manual Mode, but really… it was sort of faux shutter priority. I set the aperture as open as it gets for the lens and just adjusted the shutter speed to get the light meter in the camera to the right setting. I should have used the light meter app on my phone to give me suggestions rather than just doing it myself. I don’t know what I am doing, but I have to assume the light meter does. So there.
Now I have to figure out what the next pointless photography project will be. Also. What does Exposure Compensation do, and how do I use it? That’s my YouTube tutorial project for tonight.