Has your body clock ever did strange things to you, like making you wake up during the wee hours?
If you don’t feel like going back to sleep, then try enjoying one of nature’s beauty – the sunrise!
Took this picture from my balcony this morning.
Smallest aperture size of f/22 at ISO 100 with a 50 mm EF f/1.4 lens.
For those unfamiliar with the terms – f/22 is an aperture size of f-stop 22 which means it has a small lens opening with a large depth of field (more things in focus). ISO 100 refers to the sensitivity of the camera sensor, and 100 is the least sensitive. The larger the number the more sensitive it becomes, but more likely to result in grainy pictures. In an environment with a lot of light, it is suitable to use low sensitivity settings.
Now what I can’t explain is why the buildings in this picture are darkened!! What do I do to avoid this? Anyone?