I photographed this large wheel handheld at ISO 1600. I had to learn that high ISO settings in digital SLR cameras treat noise different that conventional cameras deal with grain. In the beginning I always tried to use the lowest ISO that was possible. Now I am more courageous and try to shoot with higher ISO setting at least once in a while. Since the wheel was moving a longer exposure time would have blurred the image which I did not want in this shot.
Happy Friday and enjoy your photography with lots of fun and enthusiasm.
When I started looking for wheels I found then “everywhere.” This is the wheel of our vacuum cleaner. My key light came from 11:00 o’clock. I used a 50mm prime lens and cropped the image to create this composition. Enjoy and happy photographing!
This is the wheel on the backside of my camera. I used two strobes to make this image. I shot one strobe into the ceiling of my room and the key strobe at about 1:00 o’clock bundling the light right on the wheel.
Again, be creative with any exercise and always try new things. You might surprise yourself!
I created this image that the lower left part of the iron touches the corner of the image while the right part of the iron ring touches just about the center of the right side of the image margin. In addition I converted this image to black and white.
Enjoy and happy photographing!
Wheels are everywhere. They are on your car, in your car, in your child’s room etc. Photograph them in an interesting way. Have fun!
I photographed this wheel in the ghost town of Bodie, CA. The sun was so bright outside that I lookd for shay and inside places. I found an old wagon with great wheels. Enjoy!