|My Gallery varies, but it's mostly Photography.|
|"The color of the clouds is what I feel to be my burning passion for basketball. The colors of the clouds are like a fire, and that fire is like adrenaline running through my blood.|
The torn netting on the basketball hoop displays continuous practice. I see a part of the net shred as I make each basket, and that torn cotton flows in the wind.
This photograph represents what I need to do in order to achieve my dream in basketball. I need to keep practicing, so that I can keep improving."
|I love Nature, it's so beautiful, and I love to photograph it.|
| Destruction V2, as in Version two, because he looked so much like his mother; Destruction turquoisemoon.deviantart.com/a…, He was known as V2 to us, him and his siblings, mother and aunt, were the best cats I could have ever hoped for, you can check them all out here. turquoisemoon.deviantart.com/g…|
I never really realized how much I loved V2 until the day he disappeared, because he is gone now, whenever I go outside there is no cat there to meow at me, or to jump on my lap, or to keep me company when I am lonely or even when I am happy...he was the last of the cats...and I still hope he will come home someday.
Him and his siblings were born on October 4th, 2010, I will never forget that day, nor any of the days they disappeared...they will all still live in our hearts including their wonderful mother, and their aunt; Pestilence. turquoisemoon.deviantart.com/a…
Metering, in simple termsSpot, Centre Weighted, or Evaluative MeteringMetering, in simple terms by GarryKirsch
Which is best?
It’s a trick question. The answer is “whichever one is best for the type of photograph you want to take” - and every type of photography is different.
Here’s a quick run-down on the differences:
Evaluative or Matrix metering (for landscapes and such)
This type of metering divides the scene up into zones, then analyzes each zone for highlight and shadow. It then takes an average for all the zones and determines the exposure based on that figure.
Center-weighted metering (for portraits)
Center-weighted metering gives the most importance to the light that is concentrated in a circular area in the center of the frame (like a person’s face). The corners are given much less importance, though they are usually included to a small degree in the calculation.
Spot metering (for small subjects – like birds )
Spot metering measures the light in a small part of the sc
|I favorite what may seem like a lot to some people, but to me; it's stuff that catches my eyes, and worth adding to my list.|