Experimenting with the Tv (shutter speed) setting of the camera creates over-saturated images of nature. The excess light can be manipulated through the shutter combined with camera movement to create some spectacular images. The image above captures the over-saturation of a tree canopy with no camera movement. Due to the daylight, the slightest change in shutter speed (+/- one shutter speed is equal to double/half the amount of light) has a large impact on the overal saturation of the image. In this image I was able to retain several shades of green, keeping the image abstract, but leaving elements of foliage to be discovered. (9915)
Camera Info: Canon PowerShot G2 | 2.5 sec | f 8 |
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