In week three we got out of the studio (classroom), and took a field trip to a women's volleyball game, Northwestern vs. Illinois. We were encouraged to take photos using shutter priority. This is a semi-manual function, where the user controls the shutter speed (and other things like ISO and white balance), and the camera will automatically select the right aperture setting. Aside from capturing the action, we were tasked with telling the story of the entire experience.
Here are a few shots I took at the game, and also a few I took at home later in the week. There is a sort of selfie in one of the photos, see if you can spot me!
Be back soon.
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