I went out today to take pictures of trees. It was dreary here, but not too cold to spend time outside. I put the camera around my neck when I went on errands. The first photo is one I took outside the bookstore. The others are from my yard.
Richard had had the camera before me and had it set with a very high ISO (8000, I think) so he could get some images inside with low light. As soon as I took the first image and checked the histogram, I knew I had to change the settings. It’s so nice to get that information from the camera in the field and not wait until a roll of film has been developed.
If you are looking for some online tutorials on photography, check out Cambridge in Color. The photo gallery alone is worth the time.