Stepping Stone Farm loads up for a horse show.
When going through the photos, I had a hard time staying on task. I kept getting caught up in content. Many of the photos were of Dottie adorably sticking her head out the window, but were not particularly interesting photographically. Technically, this one was taken on manual, but owes more to random luck and button pushing than to thoughtful manipulation of the medium. Plus, it could just as easily been taken on auto. Between a moving subject, the dark trailer interior, and the light sky, I could not adjust the numbers quickly enough. I swapped to Auto for a handful of shots. Actually, for a while, I moved the dial to A, which is aperture-priority mode not auto. Whoops.
Tire track & trailer photos were manual. No moving targets, no tricky lighting.
Procedure for Low Key Photo Challenge
1) I post a photo/photos on a given theme.
2) You comment below with a link to your photo(s) on that theme.
3) We all click over to see what you have.
That’s it. No prizes. No rules. No submissions. For more explanation, see [Inaugural Edition].
Thank you for reading,