I decided to take my camera on my morning walk with Beth. The first three shots were set on automatic.
I had left the house before breakfast because as I was getting up (very late) I noticed the sunrising making the sky so interesting. Because of all the houses sunrise is not so picturesque as it is in the fields. By the time we arrived I had missed the best of it and then struggled a bit with settings as all this is very confusing for my brain.
The following were taken on manual settings with a higher ISO perhaps too high. At least with digital photography you can compare and check settings on the computer.
The sun light on the snow was very interesting and I like to take pictures into the sun to see what effects you can get.
The light reflecting in the following photo rather spoils the shot but still some interesting components.
Having taken too long getting to the fields the clouds started to cover the sun but still two interesting photos I thought.
The last photo was taken of the same image as the first but the first was automatic and the second on manual with higher ISO. What a difference in blueness to the photo not sure what that is due to but I think it looks more alive than the first one.
What do you think?
Photography is something new to me so any constructive criticism will be gratefully received.
Do you think I should just put it on Auto or is there any hope for me on this steep learning curve?