Day twenty one: Dribbling Manual camera settings and the why behind them: ISO – 100 (bright day) aperture – F 2.8 shutter speed – 1/2500 distance from subject (rough estimate) – prob 5 feet in front of him focal point – his head lens – 50mm 1.2L camera body – canon’s 5D mark II

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Day twenty: Rest time Manual camera settings and the why behind them: ISO – 1000 (in the afternoon inside) aperture – F 2.2 (needed light) shutter speed – 1/125 (needed light) distance from subject (rough estimate) – right outside the door, 10-15 feet away? focal point – just focused on the bed lens – 35mm 1.4L…

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Day nineteen: climbing Manual camera settings and the why behind them: ISO – 100 (bright, midday) aperture – F 2.5 shutter speed – 1/1000 (needed for proper exposure distance from subject (rough estimate) – right in front of him focal point – front to mid-shoe lens – 50mm 1.2L camera body – canon’s 5D mark II

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Day eighteen: Bedtime stories under a fort Manual camera settings and the why behind them: ISO – 4000 (low light, evening) aperture – F 2.0 shutter speed – 1/125 distance from subject (rough estimate) – prob 8-10 feet down low on ground focal point – the center area of all their heads lens – 35mm 1.4L…

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