Today has been the first day that it was easy to take a photo as even though I didn’t get to leave the house again today I had an intruder.
Next door’s elderly cat (affectionately called Ginger Balls as we don’t know his real name) has adopted our garden for sunbathing purposes after they bought a yappy dog last year. He was in my garden this morning while I was hanging washing out ( a risky business with the current UK weather) so I dashed back in to the house and grabbed my, now fully charged, camera to grab a shot before he scarpered.
- ISO 160
- 1/125 (still no idea what this means)
- Flash Off
- WB Auto
- No exposure adjustments.
I’m quite pleased that I remembered not to place the cat in the centre of the photo today, although in truth it was having to keep his tail in frame that reminded me – so luck rather than judgement in this case. I can see that I’ve lost some of the detail in Ol’ Ginger’s face so that bit is over?exposed (I think I have that the right way around, Over exposed is too white, no detail captured).
On a side note though – I really need to do some gardening!!