- Must have sunlight.
- Focus on something between the camera and the sun.
- Use a big F stop, which means a tiny aperture, or as I like to call it, "light hole."
- Use a low-ish ISO.
- Use a slow-ish shutter speed.
- Set the white balance to cloudy. Or sunny. Depending on the weather.
- Take the setting off green square and go to that new territory called "M."
- Try, try again. Don't let anybody tell you that you can't take pictures of the sun. You know who you are.
|1/80s, F22, ISO400|
HA! It can be done! This is on my front porch. That, my friends, is the sun.
|Everything was the same, except I lowered the exposure time to 1/60 of a second. No multi-colored bubbles.|
Blarg. Sometimes Blogger lets me put captions, and sometimes it doesn't. Does anyone else have this problem?
Anyway, Sun Flare #3 has all the same settings as above, just a different arch on my front porch.
Same as before. 1/60s F22 ISO400. Stupid blogger. I guess I only get two captions along with my two minutes of sun.
See more and better photography skillz over at Clan Donaldson's Theme Thursday link-up.
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