Another SBIPG session at another Farmer’s Market that include Night Photography. Naturally you want to use a Flash System (better external than pop-up) and a Tripod. Balancing ambient light and flash output IS a tricky karate kid kick but once you understand the basic rules of Aperture and Shutter Speed, you can easily do Chuck Norris’s roundhouse kick, twice! I have what I need from two Farmer’s Market Sessions, and I hope the SBIPG members had fun as well. (Next SBIPG session will be “Get-to-know-your-camera” (bring your camera manual) and if the time allow us, then “Shutter Speed, Aperture and ISO“)
Yep, Farmer’s Market in Southern California
SBIPG member: Therese getting a shot of me
Cutie Patootie Arlo
I felt rushed a bit cuz people kept going “Hey Kenji”, and I had to stop and chat for awhile. I didn’t want to be rude and I didn’t want to lose the light either so dilemma, dilemma, dilemma… I thought last Saturday was bad, but this evening was worse due to crowd control and losing much needed ambient light fast. I didn’t even get to photograph most of SBIPG members in action except Therese when she was getting shots of me. I’m sorry I don’t have any physical evidence to prove this but all of you looked like a pro photographers to me, so there!
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