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Thursday
Aug142008

From A Mouses Perspective - August Photo Assignment

A Brand New Day!The Photo Assignment on our Flickr Group this month is "From A Mouses Perspective" - which I've had a bit of trouble coming up with ideas for!

In the end I decided to do a short, 3 shot, "a day in the life of..." type treatment, but how does it end?





A Brand New Day! Taken With Fujifilm S5700, Aperture Priority, F4.5, 1/13th, ISO 200, Focal Length 6mm, Resting On Floor
A Brand New Day!


To create this "mouse-hole" shot, I cut a simple silhouette out of a piece of card and put it in front of my camera, which was resting on the floor.

All these shots were converted to black and white in Photoshop Elements.


My Favourite Cartoon! Taken With Fujifilm S5700, Aperture Priority, F4.5, 1/9th, ISO 200, Focal Length 6mm, Resting On Floor
My Favourite Cartoon!


Lunch Doesn't Taste Too Good... Taken With Fujifilm S5700, Aperture Priority, F4.5, 1.2 Sec, ISO 64, Focal Length 6mm, Resting On Floor
Lunch Doesn't Taste Too Good...


Fancy joining and having a go at our monthly photo assignments and technique challenges? Head on over to our Flickr Photo Pool and Forum. See you there!

Thanks, Rob.

PS, A note on camera exif data. Being a bridge camera, my S5700 has a crop factor because the sensor is a lot smaller than on a dSLR, so when you're looking at the focal lengths bear in mind that the S5700 has a focal length range of 6-63mm, which is the equivalent of 38-380mm in a 35mm dSLR. Also the aperture and shutter speeds given are approximate, as for some reason sometimes they're different in the PC exif data than what I actually took, but its usually just the next step up or down.

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