April 5, 2013

 

Some more Canon Powershot A4000 IS images; taken on a brief stroll around work this morning, before it started (ahem) snowing…will Winter ever end?  Anyway, I gave all these shots some quick tweaking and up they go for your viewing:

 

APR 1 2013  001Canon Powershot A4000 IS shot at F/3 and a 1/25 of a second shutter speed.  ISO 100.

Trying to be creative with a set of our interior doors.  I went black and white here as it seemed more artsy to me.  Did you notice there are two doors in the image?  Which one do you keep closed?

 

 

 

APR 1 2013  002Canon Powershot A4000 IS shot at F/3 and a 1/20 of a second shutter speed.  ISO 100.

Do you have any clue what this is?  It’s the power button to my computer monitor at work.  The macro focusing on the A4000 is quite good for a cheap camera.

 

 

 

APR 1 2013  003Canon Powershot A4000 IS shot at F/3 and a 1/320 of a second shutter speed.  ISO 100.

Kaptain Kontrail strikes again.  This is looking up at a corner of our building.  This image shows some limitations of an inexpensive pocketshot.  Note some pixel degradation (blocky fuzziness) in the sky and a poorly defined jet.  A quality DSLR would have brought a much better image here.

 

 

 

APR 1 2013  004Canon Powershot A4000 IS shot at F/3 and a 1/1,250 of a second shutter speed.  ISO 100.

Me and my shadow.  Kari Wiggins recently asked me why I had so few people shots on my site, so here you go; bluelightpix.com delivers!  Truth be told; I am an awful portrait photographer…terrible…  

 

 

 

APR 1 2013  005Canon Powershot A4000 IS shot at F/3.5 and a 1/640 of a second shutter speed.  ISO 100.

A section of fencing from the body shop next door that faces our building.  The sign is old; the fence had been in another spot.  Look at the sharpness and detail here!  I did do some quick tweaking as previously noted, but this is excellent for a cheapie pocketshot!

 

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all images © Scott Woelm – April 2013