Some carnival practice…

Tasha at the Carnival

SONY f/1.8, 1/8 sec, ISO-100

When you’re learning a new camera, you have to put it through its paces. Find out what makes it tick and push it to the limits. I wanted to see how far I could push the camera at night, and I was not disappointed with these long exposures. For a while, these shots were only possible with my Alienbee system, but now with the new Sony camera, I have so much more freedom.

Tasha at the Carnival

SONY f/1.8, 1/10 sec, ISO-100

I recruited my friend Tasha. She’s a gamer and likes to cosplay. This would be our first photo shoot without a cosplay. We decided to go with a theme though. She dressed like a gamer girl who was taking a break from the games and having some fun at the carnival.

Tasha at the Carnival

SONY f/2, 1/25 sec, ISO-100

I had fun with her hoodie and experimented with the different lighting patterns from the carnival. I still used a tripod, but I didn’t have to lower my shutter any less than 1/8 of a second.

Tasha at the Carnival

SONY f/1.8, 1/30 sec, ISO-100

Tasha at the Carnival

SONY f/2, 1/25 sec, ISO-100

Fun set! Too bad the carnival is only here in Wichita Falls for only two weeks. Can’t wait to try some new stuff next time.

Tasha at the Carnival

SONY f/3.5, 1/30 sec, ISO-100

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